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 FULL DIMENSIONAL LIFE FOR DISCERNING PROVIDERS

 

 

Full Dimensional Life™ represents the highest standards of person-centered excellence in living environments, services, programs, products and resources to enhance wellness, self-actualization, and personal growth regardless of age.

Its theoretical foundations are rooted in Dr. Abraham Maslow’s developmental theory of man’s

“hierarchy of needs”; Dr. Gene Cohen’s gerontological research on creativity and the mature mind; and

findings from the national Active Living by Design Initiative to promote health, wellbeing, and active

living among mature adults.

The person-centered principles which underlie Full Dimensional Life™ are founded on the ideas presented in Ageless Marketing by David Wolfe with Robert Snyder.  Through their understanding of  attitudes, values, and changing seasons of life as consumers’ behavioral drivers, they posit that, as humans mature, their desire for “being experiences” (experiences which help them grow, give back, help others, transcend and self-actualize) becomes more relevant than experiences which only “cater” to them.

Thecertification mark denotes a corporate commitment to offer opportunities, experiences, or assistance which nurture self-actualization in one or more dimensions of wellness.  Generally-accepted dimensions include but are not limited to Spiritual, Emotional, Physical Health, Social, Occupational, Environmental, Intellectual or Cognitive and Cultural; the relevance of each can only be determined by the individual.

Helping people of any age find ways to lead healthful, fulfilling lives is our mission; those companies who are given the right to use the certification mark are similarly dedicated to helping their customers achieve such fulfillment.

A Full Dimensional Life™ community promotes a life style that is fully vested in each of the 6 areas of wellness.

Full Dimensional Life officially launches.

Find and read various writings by Robert Snyder.

 
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