Webster Wellness & You

| August 30, 2011

Webster’s newly formed Wellness Committee invites you to participate in this inaugural year of Webster Wellness – starting today, Wednesday, Aug. 31.

Students:

– Go by the Student Health Services and Counseling & Life Development tables at today’s Involvement Fair to learn about and get involved in the wellness programs available this year and to schedule an in-depth personal wellness inventory.
Students, faculty and staff:
Go to our Webster Wellness blog at http://blogs.webster.edu/wellness.

– Participate in the 2011-12 Webster Wellness Interest Survey. The anonymous survey gives you an opportunity to provide information about your status and interests in wellness.

– Discover articles about wellness, a calendar of Webster’s wellness programs and events, lots of great wellness resources and more.

– Send us your suggestions. Anyone who sends a comment on the Webster Wellness blog to the Webster Wellness Committee at wellness@webster.edu will be entered in a drawing for a free give-away related to wellness.

Faculty and staff:

– The Faculty/Staff Webster Wellness Kick-Off is Wednesday, Sept. 14. Stop by from 2-5 p.m. outside Marletto’s, along Big Bend, to talk to Wellness Committee members to learn more about each wellness focus area for 2011-12. Sign up for the Webster Wellness “Healthiest Loser” program, partner with other employees on fitness, enjoy healthy snacks and water and sign up to win free giveaways.

– If you are enrolled in United HealthCare, go online to www.myuhc.com and take your own Health Risk Assessment by Sept. 30 to be entered in a prize drawing.

“Know your own health status through informed sources” is a key element of our vision. This is so important for taking the next step of addressing the wellness balance in your lives. YOU make the difference in Webster Wellness. Make daily positive choices. Engage in active learning. Participate.

If you have any questions about this information, contact Cheryl Fritz, Chair, Webster Wellness Committee and Manager, Benefits & Compensation, at 314-246-7055 or wellness@webster.edu.

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  1. Renee Wilcots says:

     It would be lovely if the extended campuses could be included in the Healthiest Loser program. Perhaps we could partner with main campus participants via email.
    That way information could be shared and support groups formed between campuses.

    Just a thought.