Youth Health Education



Member since
08/01/2016

Youth Health Education

Youth Health Education (YHE) is dedicated to improving youth, aged 14-25,  health outcomes through a holistic approach looking at the 6 areas of health, physical, emotional, cognitive, social, cultural and spiritual health. YHE tackles youth health issues by confronting those once, uncomfortable topics in a professional, educational and interactive way thereby eradicating community stigma, stereotypes and myths which impact youth health outcomes.

All programs, topics and information have been academically researched and based on statistical information that have been formally trialled and proven.

YHE contributors work with all members of the community including school staff, sporting organisations, health organisations, students, consumers, parents and carers and have experience working with all age groups and ability levels in organisations such as Teacher Training Association (TTA), Worklearner, Australian Football League (AFL), Volleyball Victoria Inc, Mental Illness Fellowship, Arthritis Victoria, secondary schools, local councils and junior football leagues around Melbourne.

Forum for improving skills and communication in Sexuality education, clarifying discourse, myths, stereotypes and inequalities; accurate information and updates on this...
Target Audience
For Secondary school teachers of sexuality and reproductive health.School principals & senior staff and staff looking at school programs on this topic.
3 reviews
15
This program looks at how alcohol affects youth very differently to adults physically, emotionally and socially and how adults play a significant role in youth drinking...
Target Audience
Staff teaching alcohol & other drug education. PE staff interested in the cultural and physical effects on an athletes body. School mgt interested in combating drinking cultures within their schools & local community
3 reviews
4
Suicide is the leading cause of death for ages 14 to 24. This program identifies significant adolescent stresses & the protective and risk factors of youth mental healt...
Target Audience
All Secondary school staff
11 reviews
25