Alexa joined the CDPHP team in August 2017 as a marketing communications manager. In her role, she partners with different departments in the company to develop strategic communication initiatives. Alexa is an eternal optimist who likes food, fun exercise classes, traveling, and spending quality time with her husband, family, and friends. You can often find her obsessing over her mini golden doodle, Erlow, and uttering cheesy quotes like “you’re the bee’s knees” and “team work makes the dream work.”
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Warm weather, sunshine, trips to the beach, more time outside, pools, ice cream – can summer get any better?!
Yes, in fact – if you’re a CDPHP member!
This summer, CDPHP members can receive exclusive discounts to a variety of Capital Region events, hot-spots, and more.
When traveling to a foreign country, you’d expect to interact with people who speak a different language. To prepare, you might brush up on words and phrases to get you through your trip without having an awkward encounter with a waiter or cab driver that leaves both sides feeling helpless. You might even download a language translator app and have it ready to go on your smart phone.
However, you take no such precautions when going to the doctor.
It’s my doctor! We speak the same language … right?
When it comes to understanding health care terminology, it’s not always, well…easy to understand. As you’re reading through your benefits overview online or when you receive a medical statement in the mail, do you ever find yourself quickly glossing over the details feeling more confused than before?
If the answer to that question is “yes,” you’re not alone. continue reading →
Having an understanding of where your food comes from is part of a healthy lifestyle. Pick-your-own farms (PYO) and orchards provide the experience and satisfaction of harvesting your own produce and enable you to bring the farm-to-table concept to your home. More importantly, they offer a fun, cost-effective activity the entire family can enjoy. continue reading →
Lo·ca·vore. Noun\ˈlō-kə-ˌvȯr\ One who eats foods grown locally whenever possible.
– The Merriam-Webster dictionary
We talk a lot about healthy, nutritious food, but where does it come from? We’re fortunate that the Capital Region is rich with locally harvested and raised food. Take a tour with us through farms, farmers’ markets, and community shares right in our own backyard. continue reading →