Ingleside at King Farm promotes the 6 dimensions of wellness for residents as well as our associates. These include: Spiritual, Physical, Social, Emotional, Occupational, Creative, Environmental and Financial.
The spiritually well person explores spiritual concepts of themselves and others in the discovery of meaning and purpose in human existence. They develop an appreciation for the depth and expanse of life and the natural forces that exist in the universe. They recognize the relationship between spirituality and identity in themselves and others.
The physically well person has the ability to maintain a healthy quality of life that allows them to get through daily activities without undue fatigue or physical stress. The ability to recognize that our own behaviors have a significant impact on our wellness and adopting healthful habits (routine checkups, a balanced diet, exercise, etc.)
The socially well person has a network of friends and family to whom they turn to for support, validation and sharing of life experiences, giving them the ability to relate to and connect with other people in our world. Their ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with family, friends and community associates contributes to Social Wellness.
The emotionally well person is able to appropriately express and manage the entire range of feelings, including anger, fear, happiness and sadness. They possess high self-esteem, a sense of humor, and a positive body image. They may also seek support from a mental health professional when needed and gathers information in order to make informed value decisions.
is the ability to get personal fulfillment from jobs or chosen career fields while still maintaining balance in our lives. Our desire to contribute in our careers to make a positive impact on the organizations we work in and to society as a whole leads to Occupational Wellness.
The intellectually well person values education and engages in lifelong learning. They pursue activities that increase knowledge, develop moral reasoning, foster critical thinking and expand world views. In addition, they value intuition, empathy and understanding as forms of knowing.