Evanston, IL (October 1, 2021) – Today, Mather announces the release of a new research-based wellness model that focuses on individual characteristics and external factors that influence each person’s individual wellness, while recognizing the role the broader environment plays in that journey. Backed by Mather Institute’s research, the new Person-Centric Wellness Model provides a guiding philosophy for anyone committed to providing or promoting individualized wellness or wellness services, and is available to Senior Living/Aging Services providers in a free report available for download at https://www.matherinstitute.com/senior-living-professionals/person-centric-wellness-model.
“We’ve come to recognize something crucial: wellness looks different to each person. It’s why we decided to supplement the wellness model that has been an industry standard for more than four decades,” said Mary Leary, CEO and President of Mather. “Mather Institute researchers have developed a next generation model that empowers individuals to choose the types of fulfilment that matches their aspirations. It’s a game-changer.”