Level 3

These long-format programs have been designed with behavior change in mind. Participants will be incentivized for selecting and completing a maximum of one item ($200) from this list (Health Mastery program options include Personal Training, Stress Management, and Recipe Book & Mindful Meals):

Community Photo Scavenger Hunt: 
Between Jan. 25th, 2021 and May 2nd, 2021, maintain physical distance while actively moving your bodies in your communities to photograph daily scavenger hunt images.

    • Upload each image to a new slide within Community Photo Scavenger Hunt presentation
      • During the 67 weekdays (including weekends and holidays) that this program runs collect & upload  40 items to complete this program
      • Each of the items to be collected are hidden within a riddle. Solve the riddle, seek out the item in your community, take a picture of the item, then upload it to a new slide in this presentation.
    • No registration needed for this program. We will keep a running count each submission from each participant.
    • The week following May 2nd, 2021, we will send out incentive request instructions to each participant that crosses the finish line for this program.
    • Information session:
      Date Time Location Password
      TBD TBD TBD TBD

 

Social support is a key component to successfully adopting healthy behaviors. Departmental Programs are health education programs that are custom-built based on the department's needs. These programs will leverage the power of the existing team structure to empower health behavior change. Departments may request a custom program by contacting EmployeeWellness@slcc.edu. Departmental health programs are based on availability.

Personal Training: Participants of the Personal Training Program will receive a maximum of 16 weekly Personal Training sessions.  Due to staffing limitations, this program is available to a limited number of participants.  If you would like to participate, please review the Personal Training procedures then watch for the announcement email from People & Workplace Culture’s Wellness Team.  If selected, your Personal Trainer will contact you to finalize your training schedule. Due to the high demand for this program, participants are selected based on if they have not participated before and/or how long it has been since they last participated. Prioritization is given to those who have not yet participated.

For your convenience, the introductory information has been embedded within the intake form. You are welcome to submit the intake form now to be included in our current block of Personal Training. If this is your first time participating in the Employee Wellness Personal Training program, please watch the Session Zero introductory video.

Blocks Start Week  End Week Intake Link
Block 1  July 5th October 18th Block 1 Intake Form
Block 2 November 1st  February 21st  Block 2 Intake Form 
Block 3 March 7th June 22nd Block 3 Intake Form

 

 

Positive Psychology: This 16-week, interactive program focuses on boosting happiness and positivity. It’s a series of informative sessions designed to build valuable lifestyle practices and increase your overall health. The course highlights Happiness, Gratitude, Mindfulness, and Resilience principles and education. 

Register for one of the three Positive Psychology options: 

Month Begins

Weekday

Time

Location

November (16-Weeks)

Beginning the week of November 8

Monday

2:00 to 3:00 PM

Online

Tuesday

1:00 to 2:00 PM

Online

Thursday

2:00 to 3:00 PM

Online

 

Recipe Book and Mindful Meals: This program is designed to further the connection between meal planning, shopping, cooking, and eating.  In this program, participants will prepare, consume, evaluate 10 recipes from the custom-built SLCC's recipe book.  Within the recipe book, participants will have the opportunity to learn how to incorporate mindful eating practices into their daily lives.

This program is asynchronous and begins when you want it to begin and ends when you have completed the Recipe Rating Tool. Please download and complete the Recipe Rating Tool. To receive incentive request instructions, send your Recipe Rating Tool file to Christina McWhinnie.

Similar to the Level 1 Regence.com self-guided programs, the Level 3 Regence Empower program requires more time and attention to complete. Full-Time employees are welcome to select and complete 18 consecutive weeks of self-guided programs that are meaningful to them via Regence.com. For example, if an employee's overall wellbeing would be best served by preventing or better managing high blood pressure then they should consider joining the Improving your Blood Pressure Program, Nutrition for Better Health, and Managing Stress programs. Most of the 11 programs available are six weeks in duration, so to qualify for the Level 3 ($200) Regence Empower program, 3 programs should be completed.

Once 18-weeks of programming have been completed, submit the Regence.com incentive request form and send in the "History" report to EmployeeWellness@slcc.edu as evidence of the completed Regence.com self-guided program. After signing into regence.com, this report can be accessed by clicking on Meet Regence Empower. Once on the Regence Empower dashboard, select History from the top right section under ‘Incentives’. This view will show all completed programs. Once verified, the incentive request will be added to a future paycheck.

 

How to access Empower:

  1. Register or sign in to your regence.com account
  2. Click on Meet Regence Empower
    1. During your first visit to the Empower site, you will need to confirm and select applicable communication preferences

Accessing your Empower activity history:

  1. Locate and click on the History link within the Incentives section
  2. Enter the desired program cycle duration
  3. Export the report as a PDF 
    1. Email the completion report to EmployeeWellness@slcc.edu 
      1. A screen capture image is also welcome

 

Stress Management: This 12-week stress management program aims to educate participants about stress, the importance of having it, how to prevent it from causing harm, and how to grow through it.

Register for one of the below Stress Management sections.

Stress Management Schedule:

Month Begins

Weekday

Time

Location

January (12-Weeks)

Wednesdays

12:00 to 1:00 PM

Online

 

Ending the relationship with tobacco is likely to be one of the most challenging endeavors in a person’s life. WayToQuit is a free tobacco cessation program provided by the Utah Department of Health.  Before registering with WayToQuit, contact Christina McWhinnie, Employee Wellness Interim Manager, to learn how to qualify for this Level 3 incentive.