Faculty and Staff Wellness Resource Guide
The following pages were created to support your well-being. We are each different, yet we all have so much in common.
Though this is not an exhaustive page of all resources that can assist you through the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation, we hope that there is something here for everyone. Be aware that most of the Additional Resources links will take you to websites outside of the Pacific University system. They are not endorsed by the university and are simply provided to showcase a range of accessible information. We encourage you to explore more wellness resources on your own as well.
Table of Contents
Try to take steps every day to care for your mental health and to support the mental health of those around you.
Taking consistent conscious action to de-stress and relax can help improve overall well-being.
Regular physical activity supports wellness in a number of ways.
Quality nutrition choices support mental and physical wellness.
Quality sleep improves overall well-being, including improved clarity, productivity, physical health, and mental wellness.
Feeling healthy has an enormous impact on your work. Please consider ergonomics when setting up your at-home workspace.
Working from home can bring new considerations to light - for you and your team.
When you have children at home and typically work away from the house, you face new demands when working remotely.
Managing a remote team can bring new challenges and opportunities.
This is a new adventure- on so many levels -for you and your students.
This situation affects everyone (a little or a lot) differently.
Creative ways to keep your children engaged while they spend more time at home.
Knowing your children are well can help you be well.
Caring for our older loved ones during the Coronavirus situation can add additional stress and concern.
Giving help to others helps them... and you.
Staying in touch with the people you care about has never been easier.
Spending time doing things you enjoy is fantastic for your well being.
Misinformation can make a difficult situation even harder.
To help others, to help you or to do both.
They're here to assist you.
Thank you for your efforts to build a strong community. We are proud to partner with you - today and every day.