Develop a PowerPoint presentation—consisting of 5–7 slides—to deliver the innovation solution and implementation strategy to the external stakeholders of the Navajo Area Indian Health Service. Provide presenter notes, references, and in-text citations in the PowerPoint.
Title: Just Move it
▪ External Stakeholders: The Navajo Area Indian Health Service
Slide 2: Introduction:
▪ The Impact of Physical Inactivity on Navajo Communities
▪ High prevalence rates of chronic diseases, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease, are frequently associated with sedentary lifestyles in Navajo communities. An absence of physical activity can give rise to a variety of health complications, encompassing obesity, hypertension, and adverse effects on both mental and physical well-being. The Move It Program offers solutions that decrease the negative effects of a lack of physical activity and encourage more physical activity.
▪ A healthy diet is essential for growth, health, and development throughout one's lifetime. A nutritious diet prevents chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and specific types of cancer
Slide 3: The Indian Health Service will engage in a collaborative effort with the federal government in order to provide essential resources in support of progress.
Just move it
Indian Health Services
Dietitians and services for nutrition
Slide 4: Strategy:
• Native communities' susceptibility to inadequate nutrition has been increased by factors such as rural residence, poverty, the need to travel significant distances to reach grocery stores, lack of transportation access, food desert conditions, and
• The IHS service contributes resources that are beneficial to the Just the Move-It programs in collaboration with the service it provides.
• implementing the use of coaches to assist Chinle community members in performing most effectively during their workouts.
• The Just Move It program also employs various strategies to raise community awareness.
Slide 5: As part of the Balanced Budget Act, Congress launched the Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) in 1997 to combat the worsening diabetes epidemic among American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities. Simultaneously, the Special Diabetes Program for Type 1 Diabetes (SDP) was instituted in response to the developmental prospects in type 1 diabetes research. Collectively, these initiatives have evolved into the most comprehensive, strategic, and beneficial endeavor on a national level to address diabetes and its associated complications.
Native Communities Partnership, Inc. (HNCP) is an international nonprofit organization that aids indigenous communities in the pursuit of their individual wellness objectives.
They encourage networking, leadership development, capacity building, and partnerships by utilizing the information and assets of local communities.
Indian Health Service (IHS). Indian Health Service. (n.d.). https://www.ihs.gov
Navajo nation just move it 2021. Healthy Native Communities Partnership.
Healthy Native Communities Partnership. (2023, May 21). https://hncpartners.org /
SDPI Overview. Special Diabetes Program for Indians. (n.d.). https://www.nihb.org/