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The Exercise Treatment Program is a FREE strength-based exercise program for older people living in Tasmania. It is designed to improve activity levels and quality of life for older people who have, or are at risk of, chronic health conditions.
A free holistic health and wellbeing program that supported adults living in Ulverstone (Tasmania) to make positive changes to their lives.
Funded by Primary Health Tasmania (Tasmania PHN) through the Australian Government’s primary health networks program, the HealthCi program was piloted in 2022 as a low intensity mental health service.
It combined one-on-one support from our health and wellbeing coaches, with a dedicated mobile app, to address any early symptoms/risks of poor health and wellbeing that may indicate a risk of mild mental illness.
A 12-week program delivered to the Tasmanian Department of Police, Fire and emergency services, and Ambulance Tasmania personnel, to help increase their fitness to assist with better performance in their roles.
The Ready 4 Response program included the provision of fitness assessments, health check and advice, digital support, and injury prevention. Healthy Business also facilitated a variety of group exercise classes, which included gym and pool sessions. We have successfully delivered this program twice in North West Tasmania.
Healthy Business have partnered with the Tasmania Police Academy for over 10 years, helping to prepare recruits for the physical demands of policing. This has included the facilitation of daily physical training sessions and fitness testing, and providing health education services.
In partnership with Queenstown Police and Community Youth Club (PCYC), Healthy Business have provided group-based exercise programs and physical activity events in Queenstown and surrounding West Coast towns in Tasmania.
Due to the remote location and lower socioeconomic status of the region, it was recognised that the youth had limited opportunities to participate in sport or organised recreation activities. These programs and events allowed the youth to participate in a variety of exercise programs, while also increasing their engagement with the local police force.