Dr. Clayton Roach has been entertaining audiences of all sizes for the past 10 years. His public speaking skills are refined and effective. He has an ability to engage his audience with carefully chosen stories, creating a roller coaster ride of emotions for his listeners. He is passionate about health and loves to see his audience understand concepts and have those “light bulb / Ah Ha” moments!
"As a speaker, I bring authenticity and transparency in order to connect with my audience. I believe that every presentation should be an amazing experience for the listener. Not only should the audience learn something, but also they should leave with a different perspective that inspires them to take action. I always challenge what is known, and bring light to what is not. My goal is to leave my audience thinking and feeling challenged. Thoughts are the ingredients that inspire change."
– Dr. Clayton Roach
Why your company or group needs The Health Advocate!
Businesses that have instituted activity-based workplace wellness programs have enjoyed $3-$5 return on every dollar invested in the form of decreased health care costs, decreased absenteeism, increased productivity, decrease employee turnover, and reduced insurance costs. - US Census Bureau, Current Population Reports
The best part is… our program is FREE!
“Absenteeism is more than a human resources issue. Unless organizations start proactively addressing absenteeism, this trend will most likely accelerate as the workforce ages…Research suggests that a more positive work environment lowers absentee rates. If organizations struggling with absenteeism could find a way to improve their work environment, it could help curb their absenteeism. We recommend businesses and public-sector organizations put programs in place to address absenteeism, including health and wellness programs to deal with job stress."
- Missing in Action: Absenteeism Trends in Canadian Organizations- The Conference Board of Canada, 2013
Did you know…
- 80% of chronic pain sufferers are between the ages of 24 and 64.
- Research shows that 60-90% of doctor visits are stress-related
- Health care expenditures are nearly 50% greater for workers reporting high levels of stress.
- American Institute of Stress and Chrysalis Performance Strategies
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
This is concerning ...
One in four adult Canadians and one in 10 children have clinical obesity, meaning six million Canadians living with obesity may require immediate support in managing and controlling their weight. As a leading cause of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, arthritis and cancer, the condition impacts those who have obesity, their families, employers, neighbors, health practitioners and governments.
A 2010 report estimated that direct costs of overweight and obesity represented $6 billion – 4.1 % of Canada’s total health care budget. However, this estimate only accounts for health care costs related to obesity, and does not account for productivity loss, reductions in tax revenues or psychosocial costs.
Comprehensive public, private and non-governmental initiatives on obesity prevention and treatment are urgently needed. - Canadian Obesity Network
More jaw dropping stats…
According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation:
- An estimated 1.6 million Canadians are living with heart disease or the effects of a stroke
- In 2011, more than 66,000 Canadians died from heart disease or stroke. That’s 1 person every 7 minutes.
- Each year, more than 350,000 Canadians are hospitalized for heart disease or stroke
Be part of the change. Take an active stance on reversing these statistics by proving a program that encourages a proactive approach to health. People need to know that health does not happen by chance or solely because of good genetics. In order to be healthy, one must first be informed. With valuable information comes inspiration that leads to transformation.
Do not re-invent the wheel…The Health Advocate is your solution to bring transformation to your group. Health is just a step away. Allow us to do what we do best.