The Wellness Works program has established a partnership with a leading worksite wellness software developer (BSDI) that allows us to provide comprehensive services to local companies through coordinated service learning opportunities. Our team utilizes the BSDI software and associated Motivational Alliance suite of tools to assist area companies in promoting healthy lifestyles in their employees. The collaboration with BSDI enables our team to provide programming to area companies while training future worksite wellness professionals. For information on the Motivational Alliance Platform, view the brief video here. (https://www.bsdiweb.com/Home/Platform)
Student Roles in Programming
Students in our undergraduate worksite wellness course (HS 380) are trained in the use of the BSDI tools as part of their training in the course. The BSDI software is used experientially to help students learn how worksite wellness programming works to assist with behavior change programming. However, students are able to enroll in a supplemental service learning course or internship to gain additional experience and work more directly to assist local companies. Click here for links to student opportunities.
Interested companies must complete a registration form to allow our Wellness Works team to set up the software for your employees. If you would like to find out about having your company involved in this pilot project click here for additional information. If you would like more information contact Dr. Greg Welk from the Department of Kinesiology (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Employees at participating companies are eligible to receive a personalized and password-protected link to the IHP software. If your company registered for a domain click here to go to the Employee Registration page