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  1. what’s new in 2011?

  2. SHALA Stanford Health and Lifestyle Assessment - [SHALA] Assess your current behavior Determine what you are ready to change Compare annual results Gateway for wellness opportunities and financial incentives: visit BeWell.Stanford.edu to begin on January 1st

  3. wellness profile Health Screening (on-campus or from your doctor) Wellness Advising Session – solidify behavior change with one-on-one support Personal Wellness Plan – take what you’ve learned and develop a plan Complete SHALA & the Personal Wellness Profile and receive $200 (taxable)

  4. bewell berry activities • Fitness Assessment (Free) • Personal Training Sessions (Free) • Stress & Resiliency Workshops (Free) • Nutrition Workshops (Free) • Healthy Living Classes (STAP/Free) • Physical Activity ($20 HIP/DAPER classes - 2 per qtr or self-reported activity) • BeWell Walkers (Free) • Physical Exam (Co-pay) • Wellness Advocate (Free) Complete SHALA & 5 of the 9 BeWell Berries and receive $100 (taxable)

  5. You Spoke and We Listened! • Increased flexibility to move through the program however you like (after SHALA) • 8 hours of well time to allow you to engage in the program • BeWell Numbers Biometric Screenings provided by HIP/BeWell staff • Financial rewards distributed for completion of: • SHALA + Personal Wellness Profile ($100) • SHALA + BeWell Berry Activities ($200) $100 $200

  6. You Spoke and We Listened! Physical Activity Berry (earn berry credit for regular exercise, not just group fitness classes done on campus!) Maximum of 2 DAPER/HIP group fitness classes at $20 discounted rate, acceptations BeWell Walkers New structure for Stress and Resiliency and Nutrition Workshops Maximum of 2 self-report Berries (Physical Activity, Wellness Advocate, Physical Exam)

  7. well time • Starting January 1st… • You can convert 8 hours/calendar year of sick time into well time! • *In other words, full-time employees who have accrued sick time may use it to participate in approved wellness activities, up to a maximum of 8 hours each year.

  8. BeWell is more than a program… 23.2% of you have started using alternative transportation 37.5% of you report to have increased knowledge of your risk factors 80.8% of you incorporated more physical activity into your daily lives 44.4% of you support and value wellness in others around you *Responses taken from 392 responses of a random sample survey.

  9. Questions about next year’s changes? Talk to the BeWell Team!

  10. Thank You! BeWell Team