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Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle: SOCIAL WELLNESS: LECTURE 2 Todays lecture will cover: Incomplete parts of Lecture 1 Social Wellness Personal portfolio Group assessment Mid term and final exams
Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle: SOCIAL WELLNESS: LECTURE 2 Review What is wellness Issues Who 8 are we? (What theorists have said on this question) Aspects of wellness Assessments (individual and group) Housekeeping 2
Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle: SOCIAL WELLNESS: LECTURE 2 What is Social Wellness?
SOCIAL WELLNESS: LECTURE 2 Social Wellness is very important to our overall health. A person who is socially healthy has the skills to socialise, be confident and function in all situations that involve other people. Building Able to deal with conflict in a respectful way Connect Also relationships with others positively to a social network known as interpersonal wellness
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Why is Social Wellness important? It involves: Good communication skills Having meaningful relationships Respecting yourself and others Creating a support system
Signs of Social Wellness: Part 1 Development of assertiveness skills not passive or aggressive ones. Balancing The social and personal time. ability to be who you are in all situations. Becoming engaged with other people in your community. Valuing diversity and treat others with respect.
Signs of Social wellness: Part 2 Continually being able to maintain and develop friendships and social networks. The ability to create boundaries within relationship boundaries that encourage communication, trust and conflict management. Remembering Having to have fun. supportive network of family and friends.
Impact of Social Isolation: Part 1 Generally decreased feeling of less energy and feeling tired more often. Greater likelihood of chronic illness such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, etc. More frequent bouts of sickness, such as colds or flu, and longer recovery times. Longer recovery times from injury.
Impact of Social Isolation: Part 2 Regular feelings of loneliness. Increased likelihood of depression. Decreased level of happiness and satisfaction with life in general. Shorter life spans.
Ideas to develop/increase Social Wellness: Part 1 Know Reach your needs out Choose Learn your relationships to build and stay in healthy relationships
Ideas to develop/increase Social Wellness: Part 2 Don't feel the pressure to conform Learn to communicate effectively Make it a practice to constantly work on your social connections and soon you will have an abundance of what we call "social wellness. "
Social Wellness Challenge Ideas: Part 1 Become Call active in a club, group, or organization. or write to far-away friends or family. Cultivate new friendships outside of your family. Turn off the TV/computer and interact with people. Maintain Choose regular contact with a lonely person. your own healthy habit in this category.
Social Wellness Challenge Ideas: Part 2 Get a pet Laugh a little more Get a good night’s sleep Eat some chocolate Learn to relax
Social Wellness Challenge Ideas: Part 3 Take Get Go some alone time a coffee for a run Volunteer Go somewhere special on a holiday
Lecture: Design for the 3 hour session 13 h 30 -16 h 30 (2 parts) Running sheet guide-13 h 30 -16 h 30 Part 1: 13 h 30 -14 h 30: Lecture (Powerpoint) – 60 minutes 14 h 30 -14 h 40: Break – 10 minutes 14 h 40 - 15 h 00: Case study/video clip - 20 minutes
Lecture: Design for the 3 hour session 13 h 30 -16 h 30 (2 parts) Part 2 Application for assignment 15 h 00 -15 h 20: Individual reflection – 20 minutes 15 h 20 -15 h 50: Group work – 30 minutes 15 h 50 – 16 h 15: Workshop – 25 minutes 16 h 15 -16 h 30: Questions, wrap-up and summary
Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle: PHYSICAL WELLNESS: LECTURE 3 Preparation What is it? What aspects is include in physical wellness Why is physical wellness important What happens if your are not physically well What programs can one engage in to bulid physical wellness
Personal Portfolio: Individual Assessment Describe what is Wellness and how it affects healthy lifestyle Name and define the 8 dimensions of Wellness Assess your level of social wellness : strengths and weakness Develop an personal social wellness plan to enhance your overall wellness Each week assess your level of wellness in the dimension studied and develop a plan for improvement Discuss plan with a peer at lectures for possible feedback for improvement Round table discussion with peers on your completed wellness plan before submission for marking.
Group Assessment To be discussed and arranged once class size is fixed. Topics 8 for group work: dimensions of wellness with a case study Issues affecting young Thais Possible Groups 3 rd topic depending on class numbers to present in weeks 13 and 14
Questions, wrap-up and summary Student queries Student feedback Lecturer’s comments and wrap-up