Join our St. Luke's chefs and dietitians as they share tips and recipes on preparing healthy foods that will help you achieve your healthy eating habits and physical activity throughout the year!
What skills will our children need for their future? It is essential that public schools in Blaine County educate ALL students at a high level to prepare them to meet the demands of the future workplace. Whether the next step is skilled trade school or higher education, our schools want to help students thrive and must seek the understanding, permission and support of the community.
Jamie Volmer, acclaimed author of Schools Cannot Do It Alone, brings a lively presentation and interactive discussion about public education and why parents and schools need support of community members, business owners and others to be invested in the future of Blaine County's children.
Use the power of food and exercise to feel better now and prevent disease later.
Presented by the only board certified clinicians in lifestyle medicine in the Magic Valley: Monique Middlekauff, PhD, exercise physiologist and manager of lifestyle medicine; and Melissa Sleight, registered dietitian for lifestyle medicine.
The insomnia education class is designed to review how insomnia develops, persists over time, and is treated. The class provides an overview of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia and explains how individuals may adapt these strategies to use on their own.
This class is appropriate for anyone referred to the lifestyle medicine clinic for treatment of insomnia or individuals that would like to learn more about insomnia and how to treat it.
This class is not required to schedule an appointment for treatment of insomnia but rather is an additional resource for individuals interested in learning more about treating insomnia on their own and/or who would like to learn more about treatment before deciding to schedule appointments for assessment and treatment of insomnia.
Advancing Adventures in Communicating (AAC) Camp is a day camp specializing in increasing communication abilities and socialization skills in augmentative communication users through speech generating devices. Camp activities this year will include arts and crafts, swimming, special events, music, computer literacy, and drama!
Campers must own a speech generating device and provide a video of themselves using their device before acceptance into AAC camp. See details on the camper registration website.
Families are welcome during camp to observe and learn with their campers.
Onsite dormitory living is available.