A GUIDING PHILOSOPHY FOR
Gaining a whole new perspective on well-being
Our world is evolving faster than ever, and with it, what it means to live and be well. That’s why, as part of Mather’s commitment to continued innovation, we’ve adopted an evolved approach to whole-person wellness, one that’s backed by scientific research. It’s called ContinuWell, and it’s a guiding philosophy for anyone committed to providing or promoting individualized wellness or wellness services.
Three distinct drivers,
one holistic approach.
Based on Mather Institute’s unique, individualized Person-Centric Wellness Model, the ContinuWell framework takes into account how the empowering drivers of autonomy, achievement, and affiliation work hand-in-hand to deliver a full spectrum of fulfillment. Together, these factors give individuals the ability to achieve their desired potential and enjoy full, meaningful lives.
We’ve long known that true wellness transcends a person’s physical health, and that achieving whole-person well-being requires taking into account numerous factors, such as our emotional health, intellectual stimulation, environmental influences, social engagement, and spirituality, just to name a few.
The Person-Centric Wellness Model builds upon this understanding, adding a critical layer of personalization that recognizes an often-overlooked detail: “wellness” looks different to everyone.
Each person’s wellness journey is unique
This important evolution in our approach to wellness considers the many factors that contribute to a person’s quality of life on three levels:
Achieving individual wellness starts with straight ‘A’s
While each person’s wellness is unique to their life experiences and influences, research has identified three contributing drivers within this model that play a significant role.