Success rests on more than just
the people directly involved.
It relies on everyone surrounding them, too.
Maximize the efficacy, engagement,
and investment of your people by
seeing to their social health.
Forming and maintaining healthy and fulfilling
relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and more.
Adjusting to new and unfamiliar social situations with
ease and confidence.
Being comfortable and responsive in many different types of social interactions.
Social health is necessary to
overall health and wellbeing.
We work in industries with specific interests in social health, including:
professional sports military/veterans healthcare trades
We have special expertise to aid the recovery of people
affected by and at risk of:
brain injury PTSD disability COVID-19
Some situations present
unique social health challenges.
We support your
people and clients to have optimal social health.
Increased efficiency, productivity, and engagement
Optimum personnel experience
Higher quality products and services
Angela is an expert in social health and social solutions. Angela has lifelong experience being part of and working with communities with unique social health needs, and brings uniquely multidisciplinary career experience to Social Meridian. Angela is also completing a PhD in the Sociology department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as a Health Policy Research Scholar supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
We work collaboratively with our clients, tailoring our methods to meet your needs.
Our toolbox includes:
policy and program analysis and implementation
public speaking, workshops, and trainings
survey design, implementation and analysis
interviewing and focus groups
Adam is an expert in industries in need of enhanced social health: professional sports, the military and veterans, healthcare, the trades, and more. He has personal experience as both an athlete and a tradesperson. Adam brings a deep understanding of the social health challenges these industries face, and a one-on-one approach to finding solutions.
A lot of people don't want to be resilient-
they just have to be.
They have to keep going,
no matter what.
If we think of ourselves as
grains of sand on a beach, or as a forest,
we can work together to
eliminate the need for resilience.
We can prevent ever being broken
in the first place.
Angela Adler - Social Meridian
"Hope and Resilience in This Moment"
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Change Leadership Programs
Summer 2021 Virtual Convening