HOLIDAY FUN

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FIREWORK SAFETY

  • DISCUSSION OVERVIEW:  The best way to enjoy fireworks is to attend a public fireworks show put on by professionals. Here are five safety steps for people setting fireworks off at home: 
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following: 

  1. Keeping children safe around fireworks.
  2. Eye Protection & Vision Safety.
  3. Pointing & Lighting of fireworks.
  4. First-Aid & Burn Treatment

  • DELIVERY METHOD: Instructor-led workshop + interactive demonstrations.
  • AUDIENCE: Everyone/ Minimum 15 registrants to participate.
  • SPEAKER OPTIONS: Safety Specialist, American Red Cross, CPR & First Aid Instructor

GRILLING SAFETY

  • DISCUSSION OVERVIEW:  Every year people are injured while using charcoal or gas grills. Here are several steps to safely cook up treats for the backyard barbecue:
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following: 

  1. Grilling Safely
  2. Healthy Grilling Tips & Recipes.
  3. Grilling Vegan
  4. First-Aid & Burn Treatment

  • DELIVERY METHOD: Instructor-led workshop + interactive demonstrations.
  • AUDIENCE: Everyone/ Minimum 15 registrants to participate.
  • SPEAKER OPTIONS: Safety Specialist, American Red Cross, CPR & First Aid Instructor, Nutritionist.

WATER SAFETY

  •  DISCUSSION OVERVIEW: Every year people are injured while in or on the water. Here are several steps to safely enjoy water activities:
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following: 

  1. Boating Safety
  2. Swimming Pool Safety.
  3. Skin Protection
  4. Staying Hydrated
  5. CPR Training

  • DELIVERY METHOD: Instructor-led workshop + interactive demonstrations.
  • AUDIENCE: Everyone/ Minimum 15 registrants to participate.
  • SPEAKER OPTIONS: Safety Specialist, American Red Cross, CPR & First Aid Instructor, Nutritionist, Skincare Specialist, Swimming Instructor.

INDEPENDENCE DAY THE SOBER WAY

  • DISCUSSION OVERVIEW:  For many, the Fourth of July is a joyous occasion filled with friends, family and fireworks. But for those in recovery, the holiday can cause a great deal of anxiety and frustration. Before your recovery, drinking or using drugs may have been a big part of how you celebrated America’s birthday. You may be wondering how you should spend your day now that you’re in recovery. 
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following: 

  1. Virgin Cocktails Ideas
  2. Planning Your Activities
  3. Who to Invite?
  4. Back-Up & Support
  5. Remembering Why You're In Recovery

  • DELIVERY METHOD: Instructor-led workshop + interactive demonstrations.
  • AUDIENCE: Everyone/ Minimum 15 registrants to participate.
  • SPEAKER OPTIONS: Addiction Treatment Specialist.

DON'T BURN YOUR BUDGET

  • DISCUSSION OVERVIEW: The fourth of July is a great time to get together with family and friends, throw some burgers on the grill and enjoy the fireworks. The only problem is that if you’re not careful, the festivities could end up burning-thru your budget. When it comes to things like food, decorations or alcohol it’s easy to overspend if you don’t plan ahead. If you’ll be hosting a July 4th bash this year, here are some tips for keeping the cost under control. 
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following: 

  1. Budget friendly menus.
  2. DIY Decorating Ideas.
  3. Community Events & Festivities.

  • DELIVERY METHOD: Instructor-led workshop + interactive demonstrations.
  • AUDIENCE: Everyone/ Minimum 15 registrants to participate.
  • SPEAKER OPTIONS: Financial Planner.

CLEAN TAILGATING & FESTIVAL-GOING

  • DISCUSSION OVERVIEW: Tailgates, festivals and cookouts seem to be everywhere this time of year. When you’re in recovery, you may worry that you won’t be able to join in any more. But these outdoor events can be much more fun when you’re fully present and fully yourself. So, yes, you can make the most of every event when sober, and you can leave with great memories and no regrets. All it takes is following up professional treatment with some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your tailgating and festival-going.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following:
    1. Understand the 5 tips & tricks to prevent social relapse including Staying in-touch with a treatment team, Going Prepared, Find Sober Groups, Find Sober Alternatives or Skip the Event & Don’t Go. 

  • DURATION: 60+ minute seminar based on corporation’s request.
  • DELIVERY METHOD: Instructor-led workshop + interactive demonstrations.
  • AUDIENCE: Everyone/ Minimum 15 registrants to participate. 
  • KEYNOTE SPEAKER OPTIONS: Addiction Treatment Specialist, Treatment & Recovery Center.