Recently, my 9th grader was part of a social-emotional learning program where the students felt exposed, vulnerable, and isolated. This was not the outcome parents, teachers, or administrators hoped for. When I arrived at a follow-up meeting, I mentioned the SPARK program, a social-emotional learning program that has already shown significant improvements in adolescent mental health outcomes in Florida schools. The administration at my school said...
Creating a Real World Evidence database - rooted in standardized surveys incorporating Innate Health Research’s scale.
In 1948, the United Kingdom brought 492 people from the Caribbean, including children, on the Queen's Empire Windrush boat. Many of these immigrants spent their lives working for the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). A service that depends on the talents of its diverse workforce even today, with over 200 nationalities employed there.
Innate health is a (relatively) new construct, and our measure is showing that it is something different and unique which has actionable, explanatory power.
Delivered to over 166 participants during a 6-month period, 105 completed the pre- and post- intervention questionnaires. This resulted in a 6 month pre- and post- evaluation and report with impressive results; both sobriety and mental health appear to have improved over a 28-day period.
At sixteen, Caroline Powell found herself homeless. Followed by years of substance use disorders and mental health problems, a chance encounter with the concept of innate health would change her life. Today, Caroline is the Founder of
Men living in prison suffer from a lack of programming and often receive little to no support for positive mental health outcomes. Jacqueline and her team reported startling changes within the men they worked with. This intrigued us and we developed our first ethics-approved, HMPPS reviewed, and governor approved mixed-method design.
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