WELL FINDER: COMMUNITY IMPACT SERIES
WELLFINDER provides the missing links to health and wellness support. Together.
In order to create a healthier society, we must start with one life at a time. Individual citizens have access to programs and resources, but often never get the help they need. Why? Because current health and wellness programs expect the individual to know how to navigate what is AVAILABLE to them. What might our overall healthcare and well-being outlook be with proper direction?
Point to a map. Tell us where you want to support and let’s get it done. Health and well-being infrastructure starts locally. Let’s go build better community one life at a time.
BETTER LIVES = BETTER COMMUNITIES
Forming better habits
Building stronger resiliency
Driving economic vitality
“There is immense power when a group of people with similar interests get together to work toward the same goals.”
Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability
PARTNERSHIP AT WORK:
A WELL FINDER COMMUNITY DEMANDS A WELL STRATEGY
Impacting Individual Lives
Impacting the whole requires us to impact single lives first. One better citizen makes the whole region stronger.
A regional agent will be assigned to help direct technical, managerial and organizational activities. This becomes a symbiotic relationship with boots on the ground listening AND directing.
Create central tools to manage up-to-date providers, programs and resources to best fit regional needs with live coaches to assist with inquiries.
Creation and curation of the best health and wellness support from best-in-class providers.
Create a financial sustainable model whereby sponsorship creates the foundation for long-term regional self-sufficiency.
SIX Dimensions of Wellness this program impacts
The occupational dimension recognizes personal satisfaction and enrichment in one’s life through work.
The emotional dimension recognizes awareness and acceptance of one’s feelings.
The spiritual dimension recognizes our search for meaning and purpose in human existence.
The occupational dimension recognizes the need for regular physical activity.
The social dimension encourages contributing to one’s environment and community.
The intellectual dimension recognizes one’s creative, stimulating mental activities.