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Holistic wellness involves so much more than healthy eating, good sleeping habits, and stress management. Holistic wellness is a focus on the entire person, and how emotional, spiritual, and physical components all contribute to being truly well, body, mind, and soul. These dimensions of wellness – emotional, physical, environmental, spiritual, social, vocational, intellectual, and financial – must be harmonized in order to achieve holistic wellness personally, vocationally, and in your family life.

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Meaningful vocational wellness requires participating in tasks, jobs, or hobbies that produce a sense of accomplishment, purpose, and fulfillment. Volunteering, arts and crafts, playing music, cooking, creating, and serving others are all examples of activities that could be significant and worthwhile.

While you may know how vital it is for your aging loved one to engage in meaningful activities, your family member may have specific needs or disabilities that inhibit them from doing so.

Caregivers with Landis at Home are attuned to these needs and can help your loved one with everyday tasks, simplifying and expediting those tasks, such as getting ready for the day, taking medications, or running errands. This frees up your loved one to pursue the activities that give them purpose and pleasure in a safer, more conducive environment, and it gives you peace of mind as well, knowing that your family member’s basic needs are being met so that they can engage in what they truly enjoy.

Call Landis at Home to begin the process of exploring our team’s ability to enhance your loved one’s meaningful vocation wellness.

The Dimensions of Holistic Wellness chart.

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