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Promote the power of positive thinking
Boosting our mental and emotional well-being Our thoughts, attitudes and emotions work hand-in-hand with our physical health. So it’s important to take steps to improve or maintain our mental and...
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Wellbeing Insights - September 2019 Newsletter
THE EMPLOYEE ENHANCEMENT NEWSLETTER - HELPFUL RESOURCES FROM YOUR EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM September Online Seminar  Maximizing Your Day: Effective Time Management  Better...
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Clone of Wellbeing Insights - September 2019 Newsletter
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Emotional Wellness-Building Better Mental Health Be Good to Yourself: Tips for Adults...
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SUSD employees qualify for $25 UMR pay period premium discount
Beginning June 2018 through March 2019, Sunnyside employees will have an opportunity to earn UMR points by participating in activities to earn a premium differential of $25 per pay period for the...

Sunnyside Health and Wellness


Laura
Emslie
Director of Human Resources
Phone: (520) 545-2006
2238 East Ginter Road, Tucson, AZ, 85706

NOVEMBER 20, 2018 / MODIFIED NOV 20, 2018 11:33 AM

The Sunnyside wellbeing program was designed to help Sunnyside care for all our employees. This program offers resources, tips and other content to enrich your personal health, mental/emotional well-being, and even your financial health.

Want to get started? Log into your UMR wellbeing portal and learn how you can save up $525 in health insurance premiums by becoming a healthier, you!

 

THE EMPLOYEE ENHANCEMENT NEWSLETTER - HELPFUL RESOURCES FROM YOUR EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM September Online Seminar  Maximizing Your Day: Effective Time Management  Better understand basic time management principles and what characteristics make effective time managers.  Available on-demand starting September 17th at www.deeroakseap.com
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Emotional Wellness-Building Better Mental Health Be Good to Yourself: Tips for Adults Aging Successfully Investing 101
Beginning June 2018 through March 2019, Sunnyside employees will have an opportunity to earn UMR points by participating in activities to earn a premium differential of $25 per pay period for the 2019-20 plan year. That's basically $25 off your health insurance premium every pay period during (a potential savings of $525 per year!). Below are two activities that can easily satisfy your 50 points to earn this premium reduction! 1. Complete a Biometric Screening through your physician (30 points): Have your physician complete a Physician Lab Form. Visit your UMR portal to download your personalized Physician Lab Form at UMR.com and take it with you to your annual preventive exam. 2. Complete an Online Health Risk Assessment (HRA) through UMR.com (20 points): The results of your biometric screening will be used to complete a portion of your HRA Ready to get started? Follow the instructions below...   Go to www.umr.com and Click on "Login/Register".   Enter your Username and Password or Click "Register" to Create a new Account.   If you have never logged in to UMR you will need to create a new account. You will be asked to select what type of account to create. Select "Member".   Please enter your First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, Member ID, and Group Number. (Member ID and Group Number can be found on the UMR Card provided to you).   Enter your email address and phone number. Your email address can either be your SUSD email or personal email. Phone Number can be either a cell phone or home phone.   Create a Username and Password for your account.   To facilitate password recovery, you are asked to select two security questions and assign them an answer. (You will be asked to answer these questions in order to reset a forgotten account password).   You are now logged in to UMR! :)   Here you can access a variety of health resources designed to help you track and maintain a healthy lifestyle.  
Boosting our mental and emotional well-being Our thoughts, attitudes and emotions work hand-in-hand with our physical health. So it’s important to take steps to improve or maintain our mental and emotional health as part of a holistic approach to living well. Being in a healthy place mentally and emotionally can help us better manage the challenges of day-to-day life, be more productive at work and have stronger relationships with family and friends. We may also be better able to fight off illnesses or avoid health conditions related to unhealthy behaviors. Some simple strategies for improving our mental and emotional health include: Exercise: Staying physically active is good for both body and mind. Make sleep a priority: Getting enough sleep helps us stay mentally alert, improves concentration and mood. Stay connected: Keeping in touch with friends and family can improve our sense of happiness and belonging. Eat well: A healthy diet, rich in fruits and vegetables, is important to all aspects of our well-being. Express yourself: Talking about your emotions with someone you trust can help you better understand your feelings, so you can work through issues holding you back. Get involved: Volunteering or joining an organization that interests you can help you feel more fulfilled. Check your stress: Learn to recognize what triggers your stress and find healthy ways of relieving stress that work for you. Stay calm: Listening to music, meditation, yoga or deep breathing techniques can help clear your mind and relax your body. Here are links to resources selected by our Worksite Wellness consultants to help your spread the word about mental and emotional well-being. We’ve chosen information about how to talk about mental health from MentalHealth.gov, important contact information for where to go for help from the National Institute of Mental Health, and how to help children and adolescents cope with traumatic events. Plus, we've picked healthy recipes for Apricot and Lemon Chicken and Apple Cranberry Salad Toss. Consider sharing these links with your employees as part of your health promotion activities this month. Knowledge is power with Healthy You Attached is your monthly Healthy You email blast to share with your employees for October. Designed to keep readers in touch with Healthy You, this month’s email provides links to the new Fall 2019 issue of Healthy You magazine, along with feature articles on tips and tricks for treating yourself and things to know about CT scans. Simply open the attached email message, insert your employee mailing list and hit send. And if you do not use Outlook email software, we’re providing the same content in a PDF format that can be forwarded as an attachment or posted to an intranet site to share with employees. Women’s health screenings With October being breast cancer awareness month, this month’s suggested health promotional campaign in our 2019 Health and Wellness Communication Guide is designed to encourage female members to receive a mammogram and other recommended health screenings based on their gender, age and family history. Click here to view and download the “Be a control freak: Your health depends on it” poster to print and display in your workplace, click here for a flyer on women’s health screenings, or click here to download and print copies of the campaign postcard to mail to members’ homes. Want related information to print and hand out to members or attach to an email? Click here for our Have you had your mammogram? flyer, click here for a flyer on women’s preventive health services, or click here for tips on staying healthy at any age. Watch this informational video on women’s health and aging