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EAP publishes monthly newsletters for employees and supervisors. Articles cover employee wellness and work related issues.

Upcoming Events

EAP Supervisor Series

The EAP Supervisor Training teaches managers and supervisors how to address concerns they have with those who report to them. Attendees will learn that EAP can be a resource when addressing an employee with job performance concerns. 

See our Supervisor Series flyer for upcoming dates and times. Enroll in our upcoming EAP Supervisor Training Sessions through MyPath.

Planning for Retirement Support Group

Led by a Life-Work Connections/EAP counselor, this support group will allow you to meet and connect with others who are also nearing retirement. The counselor will provide you with support and strategies you need to thrive during this next phase in life. Employees are encouraged to stop in throughout the hour as your schedule allows.

Visit the UR Total Rewards site for more information and to register.

Health Bites

Our Health Bites series is comprised of useful and timely health/wellness related topics beneficial to the community. Please visit our Health Bites Archive to view previously recorded Health Bites seminars.

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Health Bites: Caring for the Aging Brain

February 12 @ 12:00 PM

Strong Memorial Hospital 3-6408

Ric Warren, L.A.C. Feeling Fuzzy? This presentation will cover the graying of our aging brain and how to keep the brain healthy naturally. Simple but effective methods for aging gracefully and utiliz...

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Health Bites: Keeping Youth Safer in a 24/7 Online World

March 12 @ 12:00 PM

Strong Memorial Hospital 3-6408

Debra Ortiz-Pardi, Community Educator, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, NY Utilizing the NetSmartz Workshop, we will discuss the ever changing world of technology and learn how we ...

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Health Bites: Plant-Based Nutrition and Changing Medical Paradigms

April 09 @ 12:00 PM

Strong Memorial Hospital 3-6408

Dr. Ted Barnett, M.D., F.A.C.L.M. Why do changes in our scientific knowledge take so long to be put into medical practice? Why do we still treat most heart disease with drugs and procedures? Why was ...

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Interested but concerned about parking? Call us at (585) 276-9110.

Alternatively, we welcome you to join the live stream of this session. With permission of the presenter, some programs will be streamed online during the live presentation. These presentations will be streamed using a new Web conferencing platform called Zoom. See our instructions about how to use this new technology.

Room location has been known to change with short notice, so we advise checking the website or calling our office to confirm the location when you register to attend. As a courtesy, we request that you register the week before the talk is scheduled so that we may ensure a reasonable audience for our speakers. If pre-registration is not sufficient, the talk will be canceled and notification will be found on the website. You are welcome to bring your lunch.