The Community Engagement Workshops are a cornerstone to what we do at Strive. While we help disadvantaged communities through their health issues at the Strive Clinic, we think it’s just as important to educate our next generation to be their healthiest selves.
With that in mind, The Strive Community Engagement team delivers high-quality and engaging workshops in the community to provide health education for children and their families.
Explore our workshops below to find out how you can get involved.
Healthy Eating (Nutrition) workshops deliver nutrition education in the form of either virtual or in-person workshops to kinder and prep schools. Through community engagement, the workshop aims to introduce and develop nutrition knowledge to promote human health & well-being.
The Health and Hygiene workshop aims to educate students on hygiene in a post-pandemic world to prevent communicable disease outbreaks in schools and local communities. We also wish to help build healthy habits by focusing on the importance of washing hands, showering regularly, proper dental hygiene, and more.
The Physical Activity workshop aims to provide primary school students with basic scientific knowledge on the risks of obesity, and the importance of preventing lifestyle diseases such as cardiovascular diseases and diabetes through daily physical activities.
Our Wellbeing Workshops offer primary age school students the opportunity to get in touch with their feelings and emotions. The workshop focuses on providing psychoeducation in an engaging format to encourage the use of particular key skills that are integral to the overall wellbeing and resilience of young people.