Elements of a Success Wellness Program
- 24/7/365 access
- Health and lifestyle assessments
- Biometric screenings
- Educational programming
- Learning Management System
- Custom health portal
- Motivational activities
- Frequent health communications
- Personal dashboard
- Real time aggregate reports
- Resources for wellness advocates
9 Dimensions of Wellness
Optimal health is not merely being free for disease or disability. It covers all aspects of your life and helps you become comfortable, healthy, and happy with your life. It’s impossible to be truly satisfied if you only focus on one aspect of your life. Slow but steady progress on the following nine dimensions of wellness will ensure success.
- Social Wellness is the ability to relate, connect, and interact with other people. You work to establish and maintain positive, meaningful relationships with family, friends, and co-workers. You use good communications skills, respect yourself and others, and build a personal support system.
- Emotional Wellness is more then just managing stress. It is our ability to understand ourselves and handle change. You are aware of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and can accept your feelings and have an optimistic approach to life, and enjoy life despite its ups and downs. occasional disappointments and frustrations.
- Spiritual Wellness is the ability to achieve peace and harmony in our lives. It is a personal journey focused on your values and beliefs moving you toward the meaning of our life and your life purpose.
- Environmental Wellness is the ability to recognize and take responsibility for the world around you. Whether it is the quality of the air, the water, or the land you are trying to make a positive impact on your environment, community, and the entire world.
- Occupational Wellness is the ability to achieve work/life balance. You seek to find a job/career that enables you to do what you love and love what you do. You strive for success and to make a positive impact on your organizations and society as a whole, while maintaining balance in your lives.
- Intellectual Wellness is the ability to be open to new ideas and experiences, to learn, improve, and seek challenges. It is all leading a stimulating life and looking for ways to share your gifts and skills with others. It is the pursuit of lifelong learning.
- Physical Wellness is the ability to maintain a healthy lifestyle. It is a combination of being physically activity and eating well. You recognize you are in control of your health and that your behaviors and habits have a significant impact on your ability to reach optimal health. You are concerned with your own health, get regular checkups, understand your body, and recognize that your effort leads to improved self-esteem, motivation, and success.
- Creative Wellness is the ability to engage in a wide range of arts and cultural experiences. It gives you a better and fuller understanding and appreciate of the world and people around you.
- Financial Wellness is the ability to build and manage your money. You understand the importance of budgeting, saving, and planning for the future. You know the difference between needs and wants, set goals, and can control your impulses.