With the GMLPF-piloted programme continuing to grow and prosper, find out how you can get involved today.
After successfully piloting the programme with Greater Merseyside Learning Providers Federation (GMLPF), SO Health are proud to present YOLO; a complete resilience, health and well-being programme focused on young people aged 16-24.
YOLO supports our young people to be healthier and encourages them to be inspired to aspire, whilst embracing the four elements of health and well-being
- To Connect
- Be Active
- Take Notice
- Keep Learning
On GMLPF‘s involvement in the project, chief executive James Glendenning told Educate Magazine; “GMLPF has long been associated with impacting the social and economic state of young people and those in learning across Merseyside. We are now set to champion well-being in broader terms – mindful as an organisation of how a positive psychological, physical and spiritual state of mind can have a lasting positive impact.”
SO Health Managing Director and Public Health Ambassador Saeed Olayiwola said of the programme; “The YOLO programme is designed to set young people on the best possible path. Physical and mental health and well-being is vital to this – knowing how to achieve what you want to achieve. We do this by promoting important traits such as increased motivation, positive attitudes, self-efficiency and awareness. The young people who have completed YOLO so far all loved it, and the reaction from learning providers has been overwhelmingly positive too!”
- For more information on YOLO, including how to sign up your educational facility for the programme, click here