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Click on a class name for more information. You may register online and pay any charges with a credit card. This is handled by a secure site credit card processor. Willis-Knighton does not collect or keep your credit card information. You may also register by calling (318) 212-8225 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (except holidays). Charges due must be paid in advance.

Note: For classes eligible for a refund, the refund policy requires you to call at least one week in advance to cancel. Refunds will be issued, less a $10 administrative fee.

WK Prenatal Classes
Education is critical as you take this new step in your life. The Willis-Knighton Prenatal Education Program is designed to help guide expectant parents through this exciting phase of their lives. If you are a mother, father or grandparent anticipating the arrival of a new baby, please take a few minutes to review the Frequently Asked Questions before selecting classes. This section includes guidelines about when the classes should be taken, who should attend and other helpful information. Please contact the Prenatal Education office at (318) 212-2556 if you have any questions or need additional information.
 
Breastfeeding Class
An in-depth review of breast-feeding for new or experienced mothers. You will learn benefits of breastfeeding and proper techniques to hold and latch your baby. This class is taught by Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultants. Register to take this class at week 27 or later. Includes the book, "Breast-feeding: A Great Start," and a light meal.

Registration Information: The mother should register under her name and complete the special areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. This class is "per couple", so one enrollment covers the mother and companion.
PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE MOTHER.

Build a Better Body for Your Baby
This class, instructed by a Willis-Knighton dietitian and physical therapist, should be taken within the first trimester (first 12 weeks of pregnancy). Attendees will learn proper nutrition, exercise and lifestyle changes for each trimester of pregnancy. This prepares mothers-to-be for the physical and emotional changes experienced during pregnancy. This class is for expectant mothers only. A healthy meal is included.




Childbirth Preparation
An in-depth childbirth education series for mother and companion. Class meets once a week for three weeks. Topics include the anatomy of the changing body, labor and birth information, use of breathing and relaxation techniques, comfort measures and postpartum adjustments. Register to take this class at 24 weeks or later. For mothers expecting multiples, register to take this class at weeks 20 to 24. Includes: Book, "The Gift of Motherhood: Your Personal Journey through Prepared Childbirth" and a healthy meal. Participants should bring two bed pillows to the first class.

Registration Information:
The mother should register under her name and complete the special areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. This class is "per couple", so one enrollment covers the mother and companion. PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE MOTHER.

Childbirth Preparation Express
An abbreviated version of "Childbirth Preparation", with information condensed into a one-day class. The class reviews the anatomy of the changing body, labor and birth information, use of breathing and relaxation techniques, comfort measures and postpartum adjustments. Register to take this class at week 24 or later. If expecting multiples, take class at weeks 20 to 24.

INCLUDES: Book, "The Gift of Motherhood: Your Personal Journey Through Prepared Childbirth." Breakfast and lunch are provided. Participants should bring two bed pillows to the class.

Registration Information: The mother should register under her name and complete the special areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. This class is "per couple", so one enrollment covers the mother and companion. PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE MOTHER.




Grandparents Class
This class is offered to grandparents who want the latest information regarding care for the newest addition to the family. Grandparents learn updated information on newborn care, safety in the home, emergency procedures and establishing a positive relationship with the new grandchild. Grandmothers and grandfathers are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments are provided.

Registration Information: A separate registration is required for each grandparent attending.

How to Strengthen the Core During Pregnancy
Strengthening your core during pregnancy minimizes back pain, reduces incontinence, helps mom push during labor and rehab more quickly after the baby is born. Learn through demonstration and discussion: safe and effect core and pelvic floor exercises, abdominal exercises to avoid during pregnancy and the neutral spine and why it's important. Fitness Center membership is not required.

Infant/Child CPR
American Heart Association Family & Friends CPR is ideal for new parents, grandparents, caregivers and others interested in learning how to save a life. The course includes infant and child CPR and relief from choking. (Light snack provided)

**EVERY PERSON ATTENDING THE CLASS MUST REGISTER. PLEASE CALL 212-8225 FOR QUESTIONS.

Newborn Care
Newborn Care offers information on what to expect from delivery through infancy. Participants will learn basics of diapering, bathing and safety. Register to take this class at week 27 or later. The book "The Joy of Parenthood: Your Personal Journey Through Newborn Care" and a light meal is included in the fee.
Registration Information: The mother should register under her name and complete the special areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. This class is "per couple", so one enrollment covers the mother and companion. PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE MOTHER.

Postnatal Abs: Core Restore
Many new moms are anxious to get rid of the "postpartum belly" after giving birth. Resuming intense exercise too quickly can be detrimental to restoring the body to its pre-pregnancy state. In this class, learn proper exercise techniques, body alignment, posture and five safe and effective exercises to help flatten and restore your core. Fitness Center membership is not required.

Prenatal Tour (Bossier)
REQUIRED for patients delivering at WK Bossier Health Center

This class includes anesthesia education and information regarding the epidural process. Couples get a first-hand look at the patient rooms and areas where care is provided to mother and newborn. It includes a walking tour and the opportunity to pre-register. To ease the process of pre-registration, please bring the completed patient preadmission form (located in the Prenatal Education Book), a copy of your driver?s license and a front and back copy of your insurance card. Register to take this class at week 26 or later.

Registration information: This class is "per couple" so one enrollment covers the mother and companion. The mother should register under her name and complete the special areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE MOTHER.

Prenatal Tour (Pierremont)
This class gives couples a first-hand look at the patient rooms and areas of the hospital where care is delivered to mother and newborn. Information covers admission procedures and what to expect as a patient. A walking tour is included and mothers can pre-register at this time. To ease the process of pre-registration, please bring the completed patient preadmission form (located in the Prenatal Education Book), a copy of your driver?s license and a front and back copy of your insurance card. The Prenatal Tour must be taken at the location where you are delivering. Register to take this class week 26 or later.
Registration information: This class is "per couple" so one enrollment covers the mother and companion. The mother should register under her name and complete the special areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE MOTHER.

Prenatal Tour (South)
This class gives couples a first-hand look at the patient rooms and areas of the hospital where care is delivered to mother and newborn. Information covers admission procedures and what to expect as a patient. A walking tour is included and mothers can pre-register at this time. To ease the process of pre-registration, please bring the completed patient preadmission form (located in the Prenatal Education Book), a copy of your driver?s license and a front and back copy of your insurance card. The Prenatal Tour must be taken at the location where you are delivering. Register to take this class week 26 or later.
Registration information: This class is "per couple" so one enrollment covers the mother and companion. The mother should register under her name and complete the special areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE MOTHER.

Prenatal Yoga
Learn therapeutic yoga postures and breathing techniques that help you connect with the needs of your mind, body and spirit for each trimester. This gentle yoga session will alleviate many pregnancy discomforts like nausea, swelling, back pain and more. Discover peaceful meditation while toning and energizing your body. Six week session. Fitness Center membership is not required.

Siblings Class
This class is for soon-to-be brothers and sisters ages 3 and up. Topics discussed include what the baby will look like, preparation for taking the baby home, what to expect from a new baby and how to help mom and dad. Children will receive "Our New Baby...and ME!" coloring book and tour the nursery and postpartum unit. Each child should bring a stuffed animal or doll to participate in diapering and swaddling. This is recommended for children whose mothers are at week 26 or later. A parent must attend with the child. Light refreshments are provided.

Registration Information: A separate enrollment is required for each child. This class covers both the child and the parent. It is not necessary to enroll the parent. PLEASE ENROLL ONLY THE CHILD.

Teen Pregnancy Healthy Steps
This class for young moms is designed to help prepare them for the challenges of pregnancy, delivery, emotional changes and caring for baby. Participants may bring a companion or support person.

Registration Information: This class is "per couple" so one enrollment covers the mother and companion. The mother should register under her name and complete the areas on the enrollment screen for prenatal classes. If the mother is attending alone, just type ALONE in the field for the companion. If a companion is attending with the mother, type that person's name in the companion blank. Please enroll ONLY the mother.

WK Pregnancy Fit
A total body conditioning class for expectant moms to help prepare you for the "sport of motherhood." Cardio, strength training, core and pelvic floor conditioning, yoga-based cool down and an active relaxation segment are included in this class. Physician approval is required to participate in this six week session. Fitness Center membership is not required.

WK Kids & Teens
These programs are developed for children, adolescents and teens. Please refer to the class to determine the appropriate age range for each class. Note: Siblings Classes are listed as a part of the Prenatal Classes.
 



Growing Up for Boys
Changing physically and emotionally is the threshold of adulthood. Take a step to educate and prepare your pre-teen son (age 9-12) for the sensitive changes of adolescence. Adult male and child must attend together. PLEASE MAKE TWO SEPARATE RESERVATIONS-- One for the child and one for the adult.

Growing Up for Girls
Change is always hard and puberty is all about change. Teaching children about physical and emotional changes can reduce stress and anxiety and promote self-esteem. Take a step to educate and prepare your pre-teen daughter (ages 9 - 12) for the sensitive changes of adolescence. A female adult must attend with each registered child.

PLEASE MAKE TWO SEPARATE RESERVATIONS -- One for the child and one for the adult

Super Smart Sitters
An informative seminar for boys and girls 11 years old and older who want to learn the basics of babysitting. The course includes CPR instruction, first-aid and babysitting dos and don?ts. Fire and personal safety will also be covered by the Shreveport Fire Department and Caddo Parish Sheriff?s office. Fee includes breakfast, lunch and materials. Reservations required, space is limited.

WK Support Groups
Support groups are designed for people dealing with specific health concerns. A facilitator is available for each class.
 



Bereavement Support Group - Adult
This support group is designed to offer encouragement to those who have lost a loved one. Meetings are held on Thurdays at 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Willis-Knighton Hospice of Louisiana of 3300 Albert Bicknell Drive, Suite 3. by appointment ONLY. Call for appointment.(318)212-2170

Bereavement Support Group - Child
This group is designed to help children and adolescents struggling with the death of a loved one. Meetings are held on Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. by appointment in the Willis-Knighton Hospice of Louisiana, 3300 Albert Bicknell Drive, Suite 3. Please call (318) 212-2170 for appointment as classes are held only as needed.







Fibromyalgia Support Group
This support group is designed for those with fibromyalgia, family members and caregivers.
Topics: Using Essential Oils to Manage Pain and Manage Your Home By Veronica Thomas

General Cancer Support Group
This Support group is designed to assist patients and their loved ones as they discuss the emotional challenges and other concerns often faced by patients with cancer. Lunch provided. Space limited.

Heart to Heart - Women's Cardiovascular Support Group
This is designed especially for women with heart-related illness. A monthly group discussion of topics related to heart disease in women. Guest Speaker: Merikay Ringer, PhD, or Susan Miller, spokespersons from WomenHeart, The National Coalition of Women with Heart Disease.

I Can Cope with...
This workshop is designed to assist patients and families find resources on symptom control through medications, nutritious eating tips and lifestyle changes that will be of value during and after treatment. Each month we will focus on a new symptom.







Look Good, Feel Better
This two hour, hands-on workshop includes a 12-step skin care/make-up application lesson, demonstration of options for dealing with hair loss and nail techniques. Patients also use and take home complimentary cosmetic kits in their appropriate skin tones with helpful instruction booklets.
Reservations required,lunch included.
Please call(318)219-1668)

Lymphedema Support Group
This is a monthly support group for lymphedema patients, their friends and family.

Men-to-Men Prostate Educational Group
This educational workshop gives cancer patients and their loved ones information on prostate related issues that will be of value before, during and after cancer treatment. Patients and caretakers will also have the opportunity to discuss their concerns with knowledgeable healthcare professionals.

Multiple Sclerosis Support Group
This monthly support group is for individuals who with Multiple Sclerosis. Friends and family are also welcome.

Parkinson's Support Group
A monthly support group for people with Parkinson's disease. Friends and family are also welcome to attend.

Post Polio Support Group
This group is provided for patients who have experienced polio. Friends and family are also welcome.

Stroke Support Group
Monthly support group for people who have suffered a stroke. Caregivers are also welcome to attend.

Woman to Woman:
An educational program to give female cancer patient's information on issues unique to their treatments and side effects. Patients will also have the opportunity to discuss their concern with different healthcare providers.Free, Lunch provided. Reservations Required, Space limited.

WK Fitness and Wellness
These camps take place at WK Fitness & Wellness Centers and are open to members and non-members. More information on each class is available by calling the fitness & wellness centers. Our regular class schedule for members is available by visiting the Fitness & Wellness Center Web site.
 



Baby Boomer - Fitness Center Member - $60
This camp is focused on you -your balance, bones, strength, and flexibility. "Let the sunshine in" and start "Groovin" with the tunes of your era. You'll get some "RESPECT" for a healthier you.

If member slots are sold out and non-member slots are available, please call (318) 212-8225 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (except holidays) to register.

Baby Boomer - Fitness Center Non-Member - $250
This camp is focused on you -your balance, bones, strength, and flexibility. "Let the sunshine in" and start "Groovin" with the tunes of your era. You'll get some "RESPECT" for a healthier you.

If non-member slots are sold out and member slots are available, please call (318) 212-8225 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (except holidays) to register.

Extreme FitCamp Fitness Center Member - $60
Extreme FitCamp offers an intense mix of cardio, strength training and circuits to ensure you get amazing results.
Meets for 6 weeks.

If member slots are sold out and non-member slots are available, please call (318) 212-8225 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (except holidays) to register.

Extreme FitCamp Fitness Center Non-Member - $250
Extreme FitCamp offers an intense mix of cardio, strength training and circuits to ensure you get amazing results.
Meets for 6 weeks.

If non-member slots are sold out and member slots are available, please call (318) 212-8225 Monday - Friday from 8:30AM to 2:30PM (except holidays) to register.

Heat Camp - Fitness Center Member - $60
HEAT stands for High Energy Athletic Training. Instructors take participants through an intense workout including athletic drills and a variety of cardiovascular exercises. Group personal training at its best.
Meets 6 Weeks.

If member slots are sold out and non-member slots are available, please call (318)212-8225 Monday thru Friday from 8:30AM to 2:30PM (exept holidays) to register.

Heat Camp - Fitness Center Non-Member - $250
HEAT stands for High Energy Athletic Training. Instructors take participants through an intense workout including athletic drills and a variety of cardiovascular exercises. This six-week class is group personal training at its best.




Nursefit Camp - Fitness Center Member - $40
Nursefit is a total body group training session that includes cardio conditioning, strength training and flexibility training. This camp is tailored to the 12-hour nursing shift. Nurses will work out on their days off.

If member slots are sold out and non-member slots are available, please call (318) 212-8225 Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (except holidays) to register.

Nursefit Camp - Fitness Center Non-member - $200
Nursefit is a total body group training session that includes cardio conditioning, strength training and flexibility training. This camp is tailored to the 12-hour nursing shift. Nurses will work out on their days off.

If non-member slots are sold out and member slots are available, please call (318) 212-8225 Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (except holidays) to register.




Swimming Lessons - Children (Fitness Center Members Only) - $60
Children and grandchildren of fitness center members have the option to take swimming lessons during the summer. Swimming lessons at WK are for children ages 5 to 12. The sessions are divided into two types of swimmers, sharks and minnows.

Sharks are children ages 5 to 12 that can swim 1/4 to 1/2 the length of the pool independently. In this class swimmers will work on strokes and endurance.

Minnows are children ages 5 to 12 that are just learning how to swim. The class will concentrate on floating, kicking, putting their face in the water, gliding and using their arms.

Swimming Lessons - Toddler (Fitness Center Members Only) - $30
Children and grandchildren of fitness center members have the option to take swimming lessons during the summer. This class is for toddlers ages 3 to 4. In these classes, an adult is required to be in the water with the swimmer. Instructors teach the child basic tools to help the child become comfortable in the pool. Children will focus on floating, kicking and putting their face in the water.




TRX Camp - Fitness Center Member - $60
Created by U.S. Navy Seals, the TRX uses a system of straps and webbing to create a total body workout using your own body weight. These exercises are shown in progressions so that anyone can join and work his or her own way up to the more advanced moves. Meets 6 Weeks.

TRX Camp - Non-Fitness Center Member - $250
Created by U.S. Navy Seals, the TRX uses a system of straps and webbing to create a total body workout using your own body weight. These exercises are shown in progressions so that anyone can join and work their way up to the more advanced moves.
Meets 6 Weeks.

THE OAKS OF LOUISIANA
The Oaks of Louisiana offers a variety of classes tailored to the needs and interests of the senior community.
 


















"Diabetes and Pedorthic Foot Care"
Diabetes can increase a person's risk of having foot problems. Since the extreme consequence is amputation, foot care for someone with diabetes becomes a daily priority. Zaffater will discuss innovative pedorthic devices that help diabetic patients suffering from foot pain and other issues.

"Don't Let Pain Crimp Your Lifestyle"
Low back pain, neck pain and musculoskeletal pain can affect your quality of life and your mental state. But a combination of medical pain management combined with mental health support offers a holistic approach to pain treatment that can help you deal with it and flourish in life. Pain management experts Randall Brewer, MD, and Steven Abney, PysD, of River Cities Interventional Pain Specialists, will give insight into dealing with pain and the stress it causes - everything from diet and lifestyle to spirituality and interpersonal functioning.

"George Washington's Secret 6"
Enjoy an afternoon of history, intrigue and adventure with book reviewer Ann King. In "George Washington Secret 6," Bryan Kilmeade , with Don Yaeger, details the activities of the Culper 6, who worked as a spy ring on behalf of Gen. George Washington in New York City. Washington and his army had been forced to retreat from New York City in the fall of 1776, yet Washington recognized New York City for its importance geographically and as the second largest city in the 13 colonies. Historians have discovered enough information about this group's activities to credit them with turning the tide of the war.

"Six Things You Should Know about U.S./China Relations"
Erin Ennis, vice president of the U.S.-China Business Council, will discuss U.S. relations with China, our country's third largest trading partner and Louisiana's sixth largest.


























































Daily Life in Ancient Greece
Alexander Mikaberidze, Ph.D., Hubert D. Humphreys Professor of History at LSUS, will discuss daily life in ancient Greece, with emphasis on birth, childhood, marriage and death. The lecture is part of The Oaks' yearlong Passport to Health series that incorporates programs and events related to a different country each quarter.










Entertainment Events
The Oaks of Louisiana hosts cultural programs and entertainment events that are open to the public. Reservations required for nonresidents.































Lectures
Join us as we attain personal growth and self-discovery of various topics. The public is invited. Reservations required for nonresidents.

Live an Anti-inflammatory Life: Go Mediterranean! -LECTURE ONLY
An anti-inflammatory lifestyle can help us all age with grace and delay the onset of age-related disease and discomfort. Diet and stress are two of the most overlooked risk factors that are in within our control. By developing the lifestyle practices suggested in the Mediterranean diet, along with stress-coping techniques, you can experience optimal health. Whether your objective is to eat better, lose weight, reduce stress, age gracefully, or reduce the risk of disease, you'll find the tools, advice, and support you need to enhance your life and achieve vitality and health.

Live an Anti-inflammatory Life: Go Mediterranean!-LECTURE AND LUNCH
An anti-inflammatory lifestyle can help us all age with grace and delay the onset of age-related disease and discomfort. Diet and stress are two of the most overlooked risk factors that are in within our control. By developing the lifestyle practices suggested in the Mediterranean diet, along with stress-coping techniques, you can experience optimal health. Whether your objective is to eat better, lose weight, reduce stress, age gracefully, or reduce the risk of disease, you'll find the tools, advice, and support you need to enhance your life and achieve vitality and health. Following the lecture, experience the Mediterranean diet with lunch in the Tower's Oak Room. Lunch includes lentil soup, Tower house salad featuring organic greens, seasonal berries, almonds and housemade vinaigrette, and chocolate covered strawberries.




Passport to Health Dinner
The 2014 version of Passport to Health extends the entire year. It includes informative programs on healthy living as well as entertaining programs that will let participants experience the culture, history and foods of France, Greece, Italy and Spain.










Religious Services
The Oaks of Louisiana offers a variety of spiritual services each week conducted by our chaplain and clergy from throughout the community. The services listed here are open to the public. Reservations are not required unless otherwise noted in the description.































Spiritual Programs
Local Bible scholars offer insight into the Scriptures through a variety of Bible studies and discipleship classes. Reservations required for nonresidents.






















University at The Oaks
University at The Oaks has a grand tradition of featuring professors lecturing about fascinating topics. The public is welcome, but reservations are required for nonresidents. four-week seminars are $25 for nonresidents.
















WK Community Education Classes
These classes feature physicians and other healthcare professionals presenting programs about health and wellness topics for adults.
 































































































































































Hands-only CPR: Two Steps to Save a Life
This interactive session teaches the Hands-Only, without mouth-to-mouth breaths, CPR method. Participants will learn how to perform chest compressions to the beat of the Bee Gees' hit "Sayin' Alive." The classic disco song has more than 100 beats per minute, which is the rate you should push on the chest during Hands-Only CPR.




Hang Tough, Don't Puff
A tobacco cessation program designed to help individuals stop tobacco use and dependence. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. PLEASE CALL 212-4550






















Joint Replacement Seminar
Are you considering joint replacement surgery? Get all the answers to your questions by attending this informative seminar. From an overview of procedures, to preparing for surgery, to hospital stay and what to expect when you awake as well as your after care, this seminar will give you the necessary information about joint replacement surgery. Reservations required, space limited.















































































Prostate Educational Group
This educational workshop gives cancer patients and their loved ones information on prostate related issues that will be of value before, during and after cancer treatment. Patients and caregivers will also have the opportunity to discuss their concerns with knowledgeable professionals.




























Shaking the Sodium from Your Diet and Thriving w/Cardiopulmonary Disease
Come join us for insightful tips and knowledge on how to reduce the hidden sodium in ours diets. The health talk will provide information to improve healthy eating habits that will reduce symptoms of chronic heart failure.










































































































WK Screenings, Special Events & Health Fairs
 

































Skin Cancer Screening
This free skin cancer screening will be conducted by Willis-Knighton Physician Network dermatologists: Dr. Dr. Josephine Futrell of Ark-La-Tex Dermatology at WK Bossier Health Center;, Dr. Sarah Glorioso of Ark-La-Tex Dermatology at WK Pierremont Health Center, Dr. Sarah G. Baker of Dermatology Specialists at North at Willis-Knighton Medical Center. Appointments are required. You may register for an appointment online or by calling (318) 212-8225.
















WK Career Institute
 
AHA Healthcare Provider CPR Renewal Course
ALL COURSE FEES ARE NONREFUNDABLE.
Designed for licensed or registered healthcare providers or those with comparable work experience who have previously attended an American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR course within the last two years. This course is not for WKHS employees.

Provider cards are issued after successful completion of skills and a passing score of 85% or greater on the written examination.

The AHA requires that students have information prior to the class. An AHA Healthcare Provider student manual must be picked up at 2105 Airline Drive prior to the class. The $50 fee includes the manual. A study guide is available on the WKHS website, wkhs.com, under Careers - Career Institute.

Participants must present an AHA card upon arrival to the course. If the expiration date is greater than six months the New Provider course must be taken, not the renewal.

The AHA strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA.

AHA New Provider Healthcare Provider CPR Course
ALL COURSE FEES ARE NONREFUNDABLE.
Designed for licensed or registered healthcare providers who have never attended a Healthcare Provider AHA CPR course or it has been longer than two years since the course was taken. This course is not for WKHS employees. Provider cards are issued after successful completion of skills and a passing score of 85% or greater on the written examination.

The AHA requires that students have information prior to the class. An AHA Healthcare Provider student manual must be picked up at 2105 Airline Drive prior to the class. The $65 fee includes the manuel. A study guide is available on the WKHS website,wkhs.com, under Careers - Career Institute.

The AHA strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA.



















WK Spirit of Women
WK Spirit of Women is a new twist on health and wellness. Our educational programs, wellness events and seminars address health topics such as menopause, cancer, incontinence, diabetes, heart disease and women’s health to name a few. From nutrition to exercise, skin care to stress management, preventive medicine to disease treatments, WK Spirit of Women will help guide you now and through the coming years. For more information, visit WK Spirit of Women.
 









Get to Know Your Skin
Early detection is key in the successful treatment and cure of skin cancer. Join WK Spirit of Women on Melanoma Monday and get to know your skin! Dr. Baker, a certified dermatologist, will discuss detection strategies and warning signs of skin cancer. She will also review preventative measures to help decrease your risk of skin cancer and keep your skin looking beautiful!













MyPlate: Nutrition Education
Do you know how to balance calories and still get all the nutrients you need? Find out how to "rate your plate" by utilizing the USDA nutrition guide MyPlate. Alicia Smith, RD, LDN, CDE, will also discuss proper portion sizes and prediabetes. Cost includes glucose screening and healthy lunch.