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Small group/team workshops and short-term health coaching are available to UToledo employees during this unprecedented time.  To learn more about these complimentary programs, please visit the Healthy U program page

Impact Solutions, UToledo's employee assistance program, has also increased their resources specific to COVID-19 in addition to their ongoing library of services and resources. Visit Impact's website and enter UT as your username to access counseling resources, support for other well-being topics and access to TESS (the new mental health chatbot).

  

  

Virtual Rocket Recharge

Rocket Recharge aims to help employees unwind after the long academic year through stress relieving programming. This year, Healthy U is taking the program digital and offering opportunities from May 11- 22 in order to empower faculty and staff with stress reducing activities during uncertain times.

Please register for each activity in order to receive the links to join the events.

Webinar Presentations

Making Lemonade from Lemons
Monday, May 11 at 11 a.m.
Participants will learn how to overcome challenges they are facing in their lives such as frustration, loss, fear and grief. We will discuss ways to remain happy and peaceful inside, no matter what is happening outside and different methods for coping with challenging issues through positive thinking and a gratitude-focused approach.

Re-charging in Quarantine: Managing Stress and Anxiety through Daily Self-care 
Tuesday, May 19 at 3 p.m. 
Join UToledo associate lecturer and mindfulness guru, Holly Eichner, to explore ways to manage difficult emotions related to quarantine and social distancing through the use of mindfulness, relaxation, and healthy recreation

Benefits of Sunlight and Vitamin D
Thursday, May 21 at 1:00 p.m.
Learn how sunlight impacts our circulation, mood and sleep and identify safe ways to safely increase our Vitamin D levels. To receive the webinar link, be sure to register

Webinar Registration

 

Digital Craft Sessions
These digital craft sessions will provide faculty and staff with the opportunity to work on stress relieving activities in a virtual environment. Connect with co-workers and learn new skills by participating in one of the below opportunities!

Flowers from Far Away
Friday, May 15 at 11:30 a.m.
Healthy U staff member Andrea Masters will lead participants through the steps of creating a colorful flower using tissue paper, wire/string and scissors.

Online Origami
Wednesday, May 20 at 12 p.m. 
Join Healthy U staff member Jocelyn Geyer, as she leads participants through multiple origami folding techniques. All participants need is paper in order to join in on the activity.

Craft Session Registration

 

Other Virtual Recharge Resources

Digital Coloring Books

Adult coloring is a stress reducing technique practiced by many. If you are unable to get materials to practice with paper and markers, try out this online version!

IMPACT Solutions
The University of Toledo is proud to make available to you the IMPACT Solutions Employee Assistance Program (EAP), offering complimentary confidential support for you and your household members, dependents living away from home, and parents & parents-in-law.

 

 

May: Identity Theft: What Can You Do About It? 

Presented by: Nebry Gorecki

Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America.  Over 15 million consumers were victims of identity theft or fraud in 2017.  The average fraud amount per victim was $1,038.  In this webinar you will learn what identity theft is and how to prevent it.  What you should watch out for in your email?  What about suspicious text messages? Learn the red flags.  And know what to do if it happens to you.

To watch this webinar, visit http://www.myimpactsolution.com/, use UT as your member login username, then scroll to the bottom

 

 

Blue Medical PLan Members

Participation in any of the programs listed on this page count toward the wellness incentive

 

Blue Medical PLan Members

Participation in any of the programs listed on this page count toward the wellness incentive

Last Updated: 5/20/20