What is a Wellbeing Advisor?

ExtraCare’s Wellbeing Service supports all residents to be proactive in managing their own health. Our Wellbeing Advisors empower residents to make informed decisions about their lifestyle and health via well-being assessments.

What exactly is the role of the Wellbeing Advisor? 

Their overall aim is to promote the health and well-being of ExtraCare's residents, and they achieve this by carrying out annual assessments, health promotion sessions and drop-in sessions.

The Wellbeing Advisors across the locations are allowed to do the following:

All of the above are in line with ExtraCare’s policies.

The Wellbeing Advisors are unable to do the following:

The Wellbeing Advisor may refer residents to external primary care services such as a GP or Practice Nurse if they find any significant health issue.

The assessments that the Wellbeing Advisor carries out allow them to keep an up-to-date record of your overall health. However, it is also important that you assist the team by letting them know if you have had any significant changes to your health or a new diagnosis.