Not sure which Individual Action Plan is best suited for you?
Take a look at our fictional employee profiles which encompass a cross-section of lifestyles. They may all be imaginary, but who knows? One just might inspire you!
|This fabricated shift worker is with Metro and works the second shift starting at 6:30 p.m. He's used to the hours, but doesn't have a lot of computer experience. He talks about he found an individual action plan that worked great under in spite of the unique hours he worked.
||Our invented busy manager has been with the county for 10 years, has 2 kids in high school and a working husband. Between family and career, her days are packed. But being the goal-oriented person she is, she found an individual action plan that fit her like a glove.|
|Our tale of a stay at home caregiver profiles a middle-aged parent with kids are in college, and now finds herself taking care of her aging father after the death of her mother. Her husband works for the county and she is covered under his benefits, so is taking part in the Healthy IncentivesSM Program.
||This example generically profiles someone who is managing a chronic disease - in this case, diabetes. Trying to stay control diabetes with diet and exercise is great, but there is a lot of information to keep track of and sometimes it can be confusing. However, this person was able to find an individual action plan to solved the problem.|
|The fictional "biggest loser" is a mother of three who has struggled with weight her entire life. Now that all her kids are in school, she has time to start taking care of herself. She met with her doctor first, then found an individual action plan to help her reach her goals.
The athlete profile fits fitness enthusiasts and weekend warriors as well as weight lifters and athletes just starting on a program. Our example is a young mother who loves to run, and gets her workout on her lunch hour. A great stress reliever.
|Our imagined smoker started in college and never dropped the habit. Now it’s become part of who he is and how he copes with pressure. He and his partner want to start a family, but don't want to smoke with kids in the house. He's found an action plan to help.
||This invented couch potato profile spends most of his spare time in front of the TV. Loves junk food and hates walking. Knows he's not the healthiest, but it's nobody's business but his. So he found an individual action plan that is simple and not too structured.|