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You can't tell how far you've come unless you know where you started. 

Assessment comes in tiers. One - where are you? Two - how far have you come? Three - Where are you going? Nothing motivates likes getting part way up a hill (if you're hiking), or down a hill (if you're skiing) and looking back to where you started.  The "I did all that" assessment can be one of the strongest motivators for continued success in greater challenges, as well as understanding what did not work to make adjustments!

This section of the LEARN program will concentrate on setting benchmarks and milestones for all your programs, that will allow you to track how far you've come.  

It's Time For Each of Us to Assess Our Minds, Bodies & Wallets!

The McMahon Wellness program was designed to be a multifaceted program to help our employees find better ways to approach, and take responsibility for, their total well-being. 


The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us the importance of taking care of our total well-being. It taught us that our mental health is just as important as physical health, and that we should be prepared for the unexpected and that includes having a financial nest egg!

As we continue to navigate these uncertain times, we should continue our assessments and take advantage of the available resources so we can continue to improve.


Please read on to LEARN about the available resources that may be available to you.


How to Access BPAS U:

McMahon 401(k) participants: Log into your BPAS account at


***If you have not logged into your BPAS account before, your user name will be your 9-digit Social Security Number without dashes or spaces (e.g. 123456789). Your password will be your date of birth entered as mmddyyyy (e.g. 05141977). After your initial log in, you will be prompted to create a new username and password.***

How to Register for American HeritageU: 


Is Your Financial House in Order?

Some people find the financial planning process overwhelming and they don’t know where to begin. Prudential Pathways is an additional financial resource that was introduced to us through Cigna. McMahon would like to provide this additional resource that may help you and your family today, tomorrow, and beyond. Check out the resources below to get Your Financial House in Order.

Mind & Body Assessment & Resources

Go to your Primary Care Physician (PCP) for your preventive care/annual wellness exam. It is 100% covered by your medical plan and you are eligible to receive a $50 gift card as part of the MotivateMe program! Incentives are available to all benefit-eligible employees! 


Cigna medical participants can complete their personalized health assessments via as part of the MotivateMe program. Incentives are available to all employees who participate in one of the Firm’s Cigna medical plans. 


Please click below for further instruction on what you need to do to receive your incentives!


Happify is a free app with science-based games and activities that are designed to help you defeat negative thoughts, gain confidence, reduce stress and anxiety, increase mindfulness and emotional well-being and boost health and performance.

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iPrevail is a digital therapeutics platform is designed by experienced clinicians to help you take control of the stresses of everyday life and challenges associated with life's difficult transitions.



Financial Contacts
McMahon’s 401(k) Plan Advisor

Gordon E. Conwell Associates, Inc.

Gordon Conwell

PO Box 227

Flourtown, PA 19031

215-836-7845 PH

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Don't forget about your Financial Wellness too!

Sometimes it's scary to take a good look at the state of your finances, but its so important you really need to take the time and get a real view of what you have and where you want to go.


Whether it's getting your 401k set up for retirement planning, paying off credit cards, or putting money aside for college educations - having a clear view of your finances and techniques to achieve these goals should also be a priority in your assessment strategies. 

Tools to Help You Assess Your World

What do your blood pressure numbers mean?

Health Screening Standards

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

The following are guidelines, always consult your physician for a full evaluation.

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