Blood Drive in Alumni Hall 7/29 & 7/30
Participate in the "100 Days of Summer,100 Days of Hope" Blood Drive, taking place in Alumni Hall on Tuesday, 7/29, and Wednesday, 7/30, from 11AM-5PM. All are invited to donate (if eligible). Parking discounts will be offered. Refreshments provided by the Hanover Inn. Book your appointment here. To read more information about the event, click here.
Workshop: Wellness: Many Perspectives, Many Practices
Discover what wellness means to you through self-assessment and determine what steps you should take to work towards wellbeing.
Presenter: Gabrielle Lucke.
Date: Tuesday, August 5, 10:00 am -- 12:00 pm.
To register click here.
Participate in a DHMC Research Study!
DHMC is conducting an 11-week study that investigates a combined Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Health At Every Size (HAES/ACT) Treatment for depression and obesity in women. Research is conducted at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center by researchers from the Department of Psychiatry. The group therapy sessions are led by a DHMC psychologist, with a small group of other women with similar concerns. Sessions last two hours, and meet at DHMC, at a time convenient for you. For more information, call or email Margit Berman (603-650-4724) or click here.
Stay Connected with Wellness at Dartmouth - like us on Facebook!
Wellness at Dartmouth recently launched a Facebook page to help connect our community to events, programs, resources, healthy tips, recipes, and more! Please note, even if you don't have a Facebook page, you can still view our page and see our postings.
Learn about support, child care and some fun apps to help make taking care of baby a little easier.
Looking to meet with other working mothers? Once a month, the Working Moms meet for a casual lunch discussion. Vent, share ideas, ask advice, or just socialize—anything related to a working mother is up for discussion! Pregnancy experiences, child care options, feeding choices, potty training—the Working Moms are ready to talk and to help. Mothers in the group may be expectant, have an infant, balancing work demands with kids' school programs and activities, or preparing for the empty nest---everyone is welcome!
Contact Megan.Sobel@Dartmouth.edu with questions or to be added to the email list.
Providing a warm, stimulating, safe daytime childcare environment for the children of Dartmouth personnel is the mission of the Dartmouth College Child Care Center.
Any child can be admitted to an age-appropriate group if a parent/guardian is employed by Dartmouth College and eligible for employee benefits. Within each group, enrollment is first-come, first-served. Enrollment can be for two full days weekly or for more. The DHMC's Child Care Center also has 19 spaces available. Fees and enrollment policies are the same for both centers.
The Family Handbook from Dartmouth College Child Care Center details what you need to know to work with your child.
|Baby Brain stores unlimited data about your baby's (or babies'!) activities. Keep track of feeding times, sleeping patterns, diaper changes, medicine schedules and more.|
|iBear Baby lets you store photos, track weight and growth, record trips to the doctor and medical advice, and document "first-time events" such as rolling over, crawling, and walking. You can even record baby talk with the newest feature!|
|Baby Pack & Go provides a travel checklist for parents and caregivers on the go. It's easy to add in any item (terrycloth bunny, favorite bedtime book) not already in the extensive catalogue.|
|Babyphone lets you know when baby wakes up. At a higher sensitivity setting, the app calls your preset phone number if baby even rolls over.|
|MagicSleep recreates the sounds your baby heard when still inside the womb. The soothing, familiar rhythms not only help baby—and you!—fall asleep more quickly, but also promises to deepen sleep.|
Last Updated: 9/8/12