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Title: Health and Wellbeing Taskforce


1
Health and Wellbeing Taskforce
  • Muncie Before Five/Muncie Action Plan

2
Agenda
  • Welcome/Introduction (5 minutes)
  • Marshmallow Challenge (45 minutes)
  • Dreaming (30-40 minutes)
  • Organizing Structure (15-20 minutes)
  • Who Should Be at the Table?/ Where do you fit in?
      (10-15 minutes)

3
Health and Wellbeing Taskforce
  • Muncie Action Plan Initiative 1 Linking
    Learning, Health and Prosperity
  • Muncie Before Five Initiative All 5-year-olds
    are Kindergarten-Ready
  • Ready Families Ready Communities Ready
    Services Ready Schools Children Ready for
    School
  • Ball States Building Better Communities
    Initiative
  • Fisher Institute for Wellness and Gerontology
  • Open Door Health Services
  • IU Helath Ball Memorial Hospital (Wellness
    Resources Inventory)

4
Agenda
  • Welcome/Introduction (5 minutes)
  • Marshmallow Challenge (45 minutes)
  • Dreaming (30-40 minutes)
  • Organizing Structure (15-20 minutes)
  • Who Should Be at the Table?/ Where do you fit in?
      (10-15 minutes)

Why a Marshmallow Challenge? Make new
friends Encourage creative thinking Begin
building collaborative and trusted relationships
5
Rules
  • Build the Tallest Freestanding Structure The
    winning team is the one that has the tallest
    structure measured from the table top surface to
    the top of the marshmallow. That means the
    structure cannot be suspended from a higher
    structure, like a chair, ceiling or chandelier.
  • The Entire Marshmallow Must be on Top The entire
    marshmallow needs to be on the top of the
    structure. Cutting or eating part of the
    marshmallow disqualifies the team. 
  • Use as Much or as Little of the Kit The team can
    use as many or as few of the 20 spaghetti sticks,
    as much or as little of the string or tape. The
    team cannot use the paper bag as part of their
    structure.
  • Break up the Spaghetti, String or Tape Teams are
    free to break the spaghetti, cut up the tape and
    string to create new structures.
  • The Challenge Lasts 18 minutes Teams cannot hold
    on to the structure when the time runs out. Those
    touching or supporting the structure at the end
    of the exercise will be disqualified.

6
Agenda
  • Welcome/Introduction (5 minutes)
  • Marshmallow Challenge (45 minutes)
  • Dreaming (30-40 minutes)
  • Organizing Structure (15-20 minutes)
  • Who Should Be at the Table?/ Where do you fit in?
      (10-15 minutes)

7
Dreaming (30-40 minutes)
  • Now think about kids under the age of 5 living in
    our community. In an ideal world what would
    you want for these kids? Remember to concentrate
    on their health and wellbeing. 
  • On the front of a blank sheet of paper (green)
    jot down your ideas.  You can do this with words,
    categories, pictures, free writing...whatever is
    easiest for you!  (2 minutes)
  • Working in pairs, I want you to walk and talk
    for 5 minutes about your ideas. (5 minutes)
  • Get in groups of 4-5 and come up with your top
    10 list. (10 minutes)
  • Full Group... Share ideas. (10 minutes)
  • Self-reflection... On the back of your original
    sheet, revisit your personal ideas on what an
    ideal world would include! (2 minutes)
  •  

8
Agenda
  • Welcome/Introduction (5 minutes)
  • Marshmallow Challenge (45 minutes)
  • Dreaming (30-40 minutes)
  • Organizing Structure (15-20 minutes)
  • Who Should Be at the Table?/ Where do you fit in?
      (10-15 minutes)

9
Organizing Structure (15-20 minutes)
  • Blue Zones 

10
Blue Zones Live Longer, Better
  • Power 9 Lifestyle Secrets for Living Longer
  • Move Naturally1. Just Move
  • Right Outlook
  • 2. Purpose Now
  • 3. Down Shift
  • Eat Wisely
  • 4. 80 Rule
  • 5. Plant Slant
  • 6. Wine _at_ 5
  • Connect
  • 7. Belong
  • 8. Loved Ones First
  • 9. Right Tribe
  • Dan Buettner
  • National Geographic

Surprisingly, people in Blue Zones areas dont
try to do these things. They exhibit these
behaviors naturally because their surroundings
encourage themconstantly nudging them toward
actions that improve their well-being.
11
Organizing Structure (15-20 minutes)
  • Blue Zones
  • Move Naturally This group will focus on active
    living, working to design environments and daily
    routines that encourage regular activity.  
  • Eat Wisely- This group will focus on dietary
    wellbeing, working to bring healthier eating
    practices into the community.
  • Connect Socially- This group will focus on
    parenting as a key responsibility, developing
    opportunities to connect families with each other
    and with community resources.      
  • Medical Decision-Making- This group will focus on
    establishing a trusted medical home, working with
    families as they develop meaningful relationships
    with their local health care providers. 
  • Data Support- This group will focus on
    collecting, analyzing, and disseminating
    information, helping all groups use data to
    inform decisions and monitor change across time.

Based on our earlier discussions...how would you
suggest changing this structure to help us
achieve our dreams for these kids?
12
How Can We Best Exchange Information?
  • What has worked best for you in the Past?

13
Agenda
  • Welcome/Introduction (5 minutes)
  • Marshmallow Challenge (45 minutes)
  • Dreaming (30-40 minutes)
  • Organizing Structure (15-20 minutes)
  • Who Should Be at the Table?/ Where do you fit in?
      (10-15 minutes)

Brief Introductions
14
Who Should Be at the Table?
  • Look around you!  Think about our community!  Who
    do we need to have involved to achieve success? 
  • Take 2 minutes to think about this on your
    own...again, on a clean sheet of paper (gold).
  • Lets list some of these on the boards, too!

Where do you fit in?
  • Please write your name on this sheet! 
  • Which group(s) would you like to be part of? 
  • What would you consider to be the key strengths
    you can contribute to this kind of effort
  • How do you think we can best utilize those
    strengths?  

15
Thank You!!!
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