Our strategic digital platform makes building healthy habits and looking after wellbeing fun, stimulating and interactive.
It combines social engagement activities, tools and educational content to empower all students to self-help and build positive habits, coping skills and resilience.
The bottom line is happier, healthier and more productive students.
45% OF BEHAVIOUR IS HABIT
Making health and wellbeing habitual creates a powerful foundation for individuals that helps prevent the onset of mental health problems.
The key to building better habits is taking small steps, every day. Our technology, and the experience we provide, makes that fun and easy to do. Students come back day after day to learn more, watch their progress and see results.
PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION
Devised by experts our tools enable students to proactively look after their wellbeing using evidence-based methods including 5 ways to wellbeing, mindfulness and CBT.
Delivered in bite sized chunks through interactive tools, videos and podcasts that enhance relaxation, focus, energy, mood and productivity in minutes.
UNIVERSITY WELLBEING CAMPAIGNS
UniWellBeing campaigns are a fun and effective way to engage a large and diverse student population. Uniting individuals around common goals maximises participation and creates a supportive, collaborative and positive culture.
Our mobile technology makes it easy for students to participate, and they’ll barely notice building healthy habits along the way.
TRUSTED by Universities
We’re obsessed with student engagement, data privacy and evidence-based practices. UniWellBeing is bursting with beautiful communications, fully GDPR compliant and uses wellbeing best practice - ensuring that your university will not only love our platform, but trust it too.
Your Own Branded App
Your students know and love your brand. It resonates with them and having your own app shows you care. Your app appears as an official university app in the app stores and makes a personal connection with each student, increasing the sense of belonging and connectedness with your university.
Packed with powerful inbuilt interactive tools including calming methods, breathing techniques, procrastination, mood tracker, to name but a few. In just a few short minutes, these tools enhance relaxation, focus, energy, mood and much more.
Early Intervention & Preventative Support
Our content is developed with experts to enable students to proactively look after their wellbeing using evidence-based methods. It could be anxiety, stress or even productivity – all delivered in bite-sized chunks through audio, video, and interactive content.
Personalised for each stage of the student life cycle
From pre-arrival, first year, through to the final year UniWellBeing tailors programmes, content and messaging to each individual student. We help students through key transitions and pre-empt common issues by delivering the right advice, to the right student, at the right time.
Tools to build good habits (and make them stick)
Habits form about 45% of total behaviour, so helping students make small changes to their days can have a big impact on their lives. Our content is created using behaviour change techniques and is combined with inbuilt habit-forming tools to foster healthier behaviours and make them stick.
Personalised Push Notifications
UniWellBeing delivers time-sensitive messages to student’s home screen, even if the app isn’t active. Our powerful push messaging platform can be used in various situations such as, advice during transitions, reminders for completing wellbeing habits to university wide communications.
Signposting & Crisis Support
Signposting for counselling and crisis support is quick to access, simple to use and personalised for your university including key emergency contacts, local services and direct links to complimentary systems such as SilverCloud and Big White Wall.
Inbuilt enterprise level usage and wellbeing analytics measure the impact of UniWellBeing and your campaigns. See how users are accessing it, top content and tools, new registrations, wellbeing behaviour and outcomes.
Finance Advice and Guidance
Money worries are a top stress trigger amongst students. UniWellBeing provides practical help with a permanent and dedicated area in the app for Money management that can be customised by the university.
Administration Made Easy
Content and push notifications can be edited and pushed out to students by non-technical university staff. UniWellBeing’s synchronisation feature means the app auto-updates, meaning new content is seamlessly integrated into the app as it opens.
One App for both Students & Staff
UniWellBeing supports a whole university approach and dynamically configures itself to the user’s profile and role – creating a personalised experience for both staff and students.
THE UNIWELLBEING STORY
UniWellBeing is backed by a dedicated team with decades of experience in the university sector.
Hugh Griffiths (CEO & founder) is an established figure in the university digital landscape, having founded and grown campusM – the student experience app that lets students take care of their university academic experience online.
Soon over 1 million students, at 75 universities worldwide, were using his app to organise their academic lives; checking books out online, checking their timetable, accessing their VLE etc.
Hugh’s company was acquired by a large multi-national and he slowly left the business. However, the mental health crisis in universities prompted him to use his experience in rolling out affordable tech solutions to address the most pressing of issues in the sector.
With experts in the field of mental health and wellbeing, and class-leading technology created UniWellBeing, the first university wellbeing platform.
Designed from the ground up to provide an early intervention and preventative support resource for all students – not just those with immediate mental health needs. UniWellBeing is refreshingly easy to use and is the most flexible wellbeing platform available. UniWellBeing is an affordable, quick to implement, solution that empowers all young people to take care of their wellbeing.
Contact Us Now
UK Sales & Support Office: 0330 097 4118. 1stWellBeing Ltd, 2nd floor, Quayside Tower, Birmingham, B1 2HF
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Questions or Complaints
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Is this GDPR or PECR?
The original EU legislation that became known as the “E-Privacy Directive“ was published in 2003 and implemented as European Directive - 2002/58/EC then amended by Directive 2009/136/EC that included a requirement to seek consent for cookies and similar technologies. The EU Directive entered UK law on 26th May 2011 as “The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011” often refered to as PECR - and this is still in force today. PECR sits alongside the more widely known legistration GDPR - both are regulated by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) www.ico.gov.uk .
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