The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on new challenges for mature workers. The Health Hub provides MaturityWorks trainees and host agencies with information and resources related to health and wellness.
Wellness and Nutrition Resources
Wellness is the act of practicing healthy habits on a daily basis to attain better physical and mental health outcomes. Social connectedness, exercise, nutrition, sleep and mindfulness are all important factors of wellness. View the resources below, provided by Get Healthy CT and YNHHS, to learn how to improve your overall wellness.
Workplace Wellness Tips
Keeping your workplace healthy is essential to keeping your organization running smoothly. As businesses begin to reopen and staff starts returning to the offices, view the tips and resources below (and share with your team!) to keep your staff healthy and well during these times. Resources provided by Get Healthy CT.
Returning to Work Tips
Healthy Workplace Tips
Challenge yourself to be more mindful! Use the playlist to jumpstart your practice and to help you feel more centered and present in your daily life. Videos provided by Bud Wassel of YNHHS. To get stared click here.
Keeping an exercise routine is important for your daily health but getting to the gym every day or finding affordable home equipment can be a challenge. View some home workouts provided by the Heart & Vascular Center at Yale New Haven Hospital. Click here.
Upcoming YNHHS Events
Yale-New Haven Health System offers webinars, support groups, and classes on health and wellness.
View August 2022 Here
If you are unemployed and over age 55? MaturityWorks can help you.
MaturityWorks is a training program in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island that helps people, age 55 and older, increase their job skills through paid community service in local non-profit organizations.