Your Well-Being

Your overall well-being affects your ability to live your life to the fullest. Our team focuses on and helps you achieve seven dimensions of wellness by offering a wide variety of services and amenities to help you reach your goals.

We also emphasize fitness programs, preventive care and health monitoring. Professionals who are well versed in contemporary health and fitness science guide each component of maintaining wellness.

For more information on Whitney Center call (203) 441-0469.

Interested in well-being and Life Care at home call (203) 848-2626 or visit www.ThriveAtHome.org to learn more about our NEW Thrive at Home program.

Wellness is an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence.

(National Institute of Wellness)

Dimensions of Wellness

Dimensions of Wellness

Occupational

Achieving personal satisfaction and enrichment in your life through work. At the center of occupational wellness is the premise that occupational development is related to your attitude about your work.

Physical

Meeting the need for regular physical activity. Physical development encourages learning about diet and nutrition. Optimal wellness is met through the combination of good exercise and eating habits.

Social

Contributing to your environment and community. It emphasizes the interdependence between others and nature.

Intellectual

Engaging in creative and stimulating mental activities. It’s about expanding your knowledge and skills while discovering the potential for sharing your gifts with others.

Spiritual

Enabling the search for meaning and purpose in human existence. It includes the development of a deep appreciation for the depth and expanse of life and natural forces that exist in the universe.

Emotional

Recognizing and accepting of your feelings. Emotional wellness includes the degree to which you feel positive and enthusiastic about yourself and your life.

Vocational

Adding value through meaningful activities, learning new skills, and developing new interests.

Occupational

Achieving personal satisfaction and enrichment in your life through work. At the center of occupational wellness is the premise that occupational development is related to your attitude about your work.

Physical

Meeting the need for regular physical activity. Physical development encourages learning about diet and nutrition. Optimal wellness is met through the combination of good exercise and eating habits.

Social

Contributing to your environment and community. It emphasizes the interdependence between others and nature.

Intellectual

Engaging in creative and stimulating mental activities. It’s about expanding your knowledge and skills while discovering the potential for sharing your gifts with others.

Spiritual

Enabling the search for meaning and purpose in human existence. It includes the development of a deep appreciation for the depth and expanse of life and natural forces that exist in the universe.

Emotional

Recognizing and accepting of your feelings. Emotional wellness includes the degree to which you feel positive and enthusiastic about yourself and your life.

Vocational

Adding value through meaningful activities, learning new skills, and developing new interests.

Wellness Services and Programs Include:

  • A personal trainer and aquatics instructor
  • Yoga, Tai Chi, aromatherapy, massage and holistic health programs
  • First aid, health assessments and testing on premises
  • Nurse Is In Program
  • Wellness Clinic

People need to be active, physically and mentally. They need to experience new ideas, new information, and new ways of learning. All those things are available to us here.

Steve & Georgia J.Whitney Center Residents