Being “well” requires more than just good physical health. Even fairly healthy individuals can suffer from the effects of being isolated at home. Mental health awareness came to the forefront as individuals navigated through a challenging 2020 year. If you’re looking for ways to live a happier, healthier life or create more balance between health and wellness for an aging loved one, download our free report to learn about the eight dimensions of wellness and the challenges that may prevent a balanced lifestyle.

Holistic Approach to Aging Well

People often think about wellness in terms of physical health. But overall wellness requires a lot more than that. Wellness is about living fully — fueling your body, engaging your mind, and nurturing your spirit — and each part of wellness is interconnected. The eight dimensions of wellness offers a holistic approach.

Eight Dimensions of Wellness

To help older adults — and the ones who love them — live their best life in old age, researchers have developed eight dimensions of wellness and tailored them to older adults.

In this report, we offer an in-depth look at each dimension of wellness as well as research and statistics from aging and wellness experts on the challenges that older adults face when it comes to aging well in later life. It includes:

  • Developmental
  • Cognitive

  • Physical

  • Emotional

  • Spiritual

  • Relational

  • Vocational

  • Contextual

Promoting Healthy Aging

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Each individual’s path will be a bit different. The goal of wellness is to strive for harmony, not necessarily to be equally balanced in all dimensions. Are you ready to discover what it means to live your life to the fullest at every age? Take a look inside.

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