Western WellnessLiving Well @ Western is Western's premier wellness program, designed to encourage and promote a wide variety of physical, cultural, and intellectual activities to improve health and wellness at Western. Staff and faculty are invited to participate in free activities including Zumba, yoga, meditation, walking tours and more. Visit the Living Well @ Western website for more information.
Other Helpful Links at Western
Employee Assistance Plan - Provides confidential emergency assistance, counselling, telephone advisory services, wellness workshops and more.
Mental Health @ Western - Information and resources for Faculty and Staff, Students and Families.
Health Services - Western Student Health Services is not just for students! SHS also provides on campus health care to Western staff and faculty and their families!
Workplace Health - Offers an Occupational Health Nurse who can provide employee focused, holistic health services to staff and faculty at Western. If you have work or personal health concerns, make an appointment.
Rehabilitation Services - Promotes employee health and wellness and strives to minimize the impact associated with disability. Our team consists of a Rehabilitation Leader, Rehabilitation Coordinator, Ergonomic Specialists, Return to Work Specialist and a Wellness Information Coordinator.
Hospitality Services - Who knows nutrition better than the folks who look after healthy eating in Western student residences? They share tips, recipes, video demos and more.
Physiotherapy - Physiotherapy assessment and treatment is available at Workplace Health on a part-time basis. For more information about physiotherapy please call 519-685-3251 from a campus phone.
Massage Therapy - A Registered Massage Therapy (RMT) is available at Workplace Health. Call 519-661-3030 to make an appointment.
Women’s Safety Committee - Committed to the safety of women who are members of the Western community.
Alcohol & Drugs - This Western Health Services page offers information about alcohol and drug use, and includes the time and location for Alcoholics Anonymous meetings on campus.
Helpful External Links
Middlesex London Health Unit - Offers helpful information on nutrition, communicable diseases, vaccinations and much more. Flu vaccine clinics are also available.
Heart and Stroke - This great website will help you understand the signs of stroke, and show you that anyone can do CPR and use a defibrillator to save a life.
The Health Line - A directory of health care options, topics, events and more.
Dietitians of Canada - Featured recipes and meal planning tips, tools for tracking goals and activities, nutrition tips and more.
Canada's Food Guide - Choosing the foods that give your body the nutrients it needs at all stages of your life.
Health Canada - Recalls, safety alerts, information about drugs and health products and other tips for healthy living.
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