Our Scope Of Work
Everyday Life’s services have been used across the country for single-day events and individual training, and organization-wide, multi-year projects. We’ve provided one-on-one training for young professionals and advanced training for entire health departments. We’ve managed projects for small, regional collaboratives and consulted for state-wide health initiatives. Our team is adept at meeting the needs of you and your organization.
- Change Management
- CHW Supervisor
- Network Design & Facilitation
- Clinical Community
- Community Health
- Worker Network and
- Registry Development
- CHW Program Design
- and Implementation
- CHW Evaluation
- Custom Designed Tools and Workplans
- Conference Speaker
- Data Walk
- Nonprofit business implementation support
- Program Expansion
- Project Management
- Sector Alignment for
- Creating Community
- Response Systems
- Subject Matter Expert
- Training and
- Professional Development
- Tri-sector Partnership Workshop
- Community Conversation Facilitator
HIGHLIGHTED CURRENT WORK
As telehealth and curriculum consultants, Everyday Life provides telehealth guidance and curriculum design and support to Grand Valley State University’s College of Nursing.
As training consultants, we train new and existing community partners on how to use the text-based High Touch, High Tech e-screening to connect pregnant patients to prenatal care.
As project managers, we complete grant writing on behalf of RCHWN, supply CHWs to the network for their CORE project, and support their social media and website creation and maintenance. We also created the I Am A CHW campaign, campaign toolkit, social media graphic templates, and national outreach.
As program coordinators, we facilitate all quarterly and steering meetings, conduct research on relevant organizations, and create and manage social media and website accounts for the group.
HIGHLIGHTED PAST WORK
Everyday Life supported Michigan’s State Innovation Model. Everyday Life’s team provided customized frameworks and tools, project management, subject matter experts and training to MDHHS and the five Michigan regions working to improve local wellbeing by addressing social determinants of health.