Wellbeing Guru accompanies the Wellbeing Station and is Wellbeing People’s online portal that has been designed to further engage individuals in their own health and wellbeing. It is an easy platform to use and is accessible via computer, tablet or mobile. Wellbeing Guru is available to all members of your organisation over the three year rental period of the Wellbeing Station and includes the following features which are regularly updated:
Health Risk Assessment allows individuals to make nonmedical assessments about their health and wellbeing, and set challenges to improve their wellbeing based on their results.
Life Balance Questionnaire (Boomerang) is a questionnaire is about the things you can’t throw away. It is essential that we recognise the effects of mental and physical health and put measures in place to support positive health and wellbeing choices. By using the Boomerang Life Balance, it helps individuals to understand the balance of their work and home life in order to reduce stress and feel happier. This will have a positive effect upon employees boosting productivity, satisfaction, and employee health and wellbeing.
Quiz Questions – using the same basis as the Wellbeing Station, users can answer wellbeing related true or false quiz questions.
MyMood is a mental resilience app that helps individuals to understand how they are feeling and why they might feel that way.
Personal Challenges last for 4 weeks. You can select which goals fit your lifestyle to achieve your challenge, or you can add your own. Once started you can follow your progress and add your results from here.
BMI Checker – Body Mass Index (BMI) is an internationally recognised method of determining whether you are overweight or obese, through using a ratio between your
height and weight.
Health Library – Individuals have access to further support and information through being signposted to the relevant supporting bodies of the chosen topic. This is ideal for individuals who are concerned about any results of our employee health screening. Through either scanning a QR code on the Wellbeing Station’s display or following the ink provided, individuals can set up their own account with a username and password; their data and personal info will not be shared or identified. Guru also has the capability to automatically populate health metrics of the user that are taken from our Interactive Health Kiosk, and over time users can see graphs of progression.