Healthy living monitoring worksheet

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Overview

To help a client achieve healthy life practices, monitoring the client's current health behaviours can be helpful. The use of a monitoring chart can also help a client to keep track of of their health behaviours and assess their progress when trying to implement healthy lifestyle changes (e.g., decreasing alcohol consumption, improving diet, increasing physical activity and taking medications as prescribed).

This monitoring chart lists a number of behaviours that have been shown to be related to good physical health and allows the client to record on a daily basis, their health related behaviours.

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    APS Member Resources Team
  • Publish date
    24 Jun 2013
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