The Well Teacher

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Teaching is increasingly becoming one of the most demanding of all professions. Teachers, like everyone else, will have periods in their lives when they are experiencing health-related concerns, which makes the job that much more challenging.  Whether these health concerns are due to injury, illness, or disability, teachers are often so focused on the needs of their students and their schools that they do no take the time to consider their own health and wellness. This can lead to a cycle of stress, pain, fatigue, and professional dissatisfaction. The Well Teacher provides information that will help every teacher better understand and address their wellness needs by equipping them with practical tools to set goals, make positive changes, and access resources.

Topics covered in The Well Teacher include:

Teacher Wellness
Teacher Mental Health
Teacher Physical Health
Ergonomics in the Classroom
The Teacher Voice
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Teaching
Return to Work

We believe that successful education begins with
well teachers.  To us, the equation is simple:
Well Teachers = Well Classrooms


Wade Repta, BHSc, OT, is an Occupational Therapist
and Certified Disability Management Professional who
has spent almost 20 years working with teachers to help
them minimize barriers and remain in the classroom.
This work has allowed Wade to develop a unique understanding of the challenges facing teachers in today’s dynamic educational settings. Wade is the Vice President of humanworks consulting group inc., and he currently lives with his family in Parksville, BC.


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Please email Andrée Repta for general enquiries about The Well Teacher, author interviews,
expert availability, media kits, and humanworks press.

Further information:

Wade Repta
telephone: +1 604-828-8121

Jack MacNeill
telephone: +1 604-880-4323

humanworks press is committed to publishing materials that help create cultures of wellness