We help our young learners dramatically improve their overall health and wellbeing.
Through our mentorship, we educate them to understand just how crucial a balanced well-being is, and how positive lifestyle choices and good nutrition can benefit their lives.
What we eat and drink has a signifiant impact on our physical health, mental well-being and performance at school, college and work. We help them develop strategies and discuss ways on how they can improve their dietary and lifestyle choices. Furthermore, how these choices have an impact on their health and well-being.
Eating well has multiple benefits including. For example, increased energy, improved mood and mental well-being, improved sleep quality and many more.
The challenge we face is how we can encourage young people to change their behaviours and improve their nutrition and health choices in a way that can be sustained in the long term.
As well as discussing their diet, lifestyle choices and the importance of exercise and activities, we also cover the negative and often detrimental effects of smoking, drinking and drugs.
Young people are the future of any community and we all want to feel we have a positive place in society.
Iprovefit provide positive mentors and direction to learners and young people who may struggle with the difficulties that they may have gone through or are going through.
We aim to support mainstream academic provisions, local authorities or any alternative specialist provision with an early intervention tool, Iprovefit.
Through our work we can help prevent exclusions and keep learners or young people on a positive path to becoming happy, balanced, confident and positive members of the community as adults.
We can also get them back on track to seeing their potential if in alternative provision or struggling with access to education by being home-bound.