A conference dedicated to making the community a happier place is scheduled for Tuesday, 19 December, at 8 p.m. at the Castello di Valvasone (Cavana Room).
Neuroscience and positive psychology have highlighted the close relationship between health and happiness, as well as between the mind and body. Therefore, this conference will focus on two important tools relevant to the educational and social-assistance environments for all of the key players (residents/workers/family members; clients/suppliers/companies; parents/teachers/students): breathing and laughter therapy.
The event was organized in collaboration with Letizia Espanoli’s Sente-Mente®. Espanoli is a trainer in the healthcare industry. She’s come up with this model. Unlike other models that focus on loss, pain, and problems, Sente-Mente® trains people and organizations in the healthcare field to stop feeling impotent, with a method able to create a sense of wellbeing for workers, family members, and residents.
Workers in the healthcare industry can be subject to a great deal of psychological risk factors. For example, the great emotional impact on workers who constantly deal with traumatic situations, working long shifts, and who must constantly be focused and attentive.
The happiness training project (“Educare alla Felicità”) was created to bring a positive, personalized response to these situations.
Actually, today, all work environments are increasingly unhealthy. Work stress has not only become an issue that must be confronted. It is something that leads to increased absenteeism, lower productivity, and that undermines the most important value of a company, its capital: human resources.
“A company’s workers are its greatest asset, as they bring added value across the board, regardless of the roles they play. This is why at Euro&Promos, we constantly invest in training our personnel with periodic courses so they can stay up-to-date, perfect their skills and learn more specialized skills. These are held in our headquarters in Udine as well as in all of our offices throughout Italy,” says Stefano Sedrani, who manages the retirement homes and home-based care units at Euro&Promos Social Health Care. “For us, it is just as important to contribute—with small and large actions and investments—to the quality of life in the community, entering into partnerships to create a sense of belonging and local social responsibility.”
“This evening will be a wonderful opportunity for all of those living with degenerative diseases, for relatives, and professionals. Actually, these are universal reflections that can be applied to everyone’s daily lives,” says Dasy Pozzan, who is in charge of Health Care services in the Pordenone area.
Euro&Promos, which has its headquarters in Udine, is one of the most important Italian companies in Integrated Facility Management. It closed its latest consolidated balance sheet with 120 million euros, and with 6,215 employees throughout Italy. The company has a large staff of “invisible professionals” involved in those many services that make everyday activities run in industries, hospitals, and public offices. These workers include professionals working in logistics, cleaning, health care, maintenance, laundry services, waste disposal, social services, libraries, and cafeterias.
For more information and to sign up: 0432/603605 – firstname.lastname@example.org