Programs

Well-constructed and entertaining online programs are already in place, or in design to provide the evidence-based tools and resources needed to enhance the mind body performance of all users.

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Due to the urgent need for prevention, the Foundation’s major imperative is to promote the intellectual, social and moral wellbeing of our young and impressionable. The initial health literacy Cognercise programs will be sequentially released as below:

The first of our tailored Cognercise programs will be provided free to over 2,000,000 primary school children in Australia by 2021. This educational program, featuring content from providers such as Just Get Active, is informed by governmental curriculum guidelines, is engaging and can be delivered in class or in private; at school, or at home. Its sequential modules incrementally build knowledge as students actively pass through levels learning about exercise, nutrition, posture, strength, resilience and mindfulness.

Funding permitting, the Foundations content library will soon host additional comprehensive health literacy programs that include:

(i) An entertaining pre-schoolers curriculum with an emphasis on fun engagement is currently in development.

(ii) Special Needs/Disability: tailored programs for individuals with ‘special needs’ and their parents/carers, including positive activities and skills development, staying connected, coping and communications, etc.

(iii) Secondary School children: including; appropriate nutrition, the need for exercise, rest and mindfulness; understanding adolescence, saying no to smoking and drugs, coping with alcohol, recognising and dealing with mental, physical and social health challenges.

(iv) Young Adults: including, optimum nutrition, healthy lifestyle guides, sex and relationships, parenting, mental health and reducing stress, recognising and coping with addictions, etc.

(v) Mid-Life Adults: including, optimum nutrition, hormonal health, exercise for middle age, coping with pain, illness and recovery, maintaining mental wellness, etc.

(vi) Senior Adults: including understanding the ageing process, appropriate nutrition and physical activities, maintaining mental faculty, understanding medications and moving “towards a gracious end” (TAGE).

(vii) Workplace: Programs designed to improve job-based productivity, performance and wellbeing;

(viii) Recovery and Rehab’: designed to cater for both patients and providers, once again focusing on providing the Education, Motivation and Activation needed to successfully overcome or support the healing process.

Just Get Active

To view more information about the Foundations highly successful healthy kids in-class activity program, click the button below.

“The Cognercise Primary Health and Wellbeing Program is really clever and so easy to implement. The kids ‘love’ doing the program.”

– D. Gail (Teacher)

“Students aren’t threatened by the exercises and it’s wonderful to watch them have fun and improve so quickly.”

– S.Yong (Teacher)

“Students support each other and there’s no pressure to compete against each other which is so refreshing.”

– T Evans (Teacher)

“The Cognercise programs have clearly helped our students with ADHD, they have progressed very well, doing the exercises by themselves, becoming more independent and cooperative.”

– J Charles (Teacher)

“The children are a lot more focused after Cognercise, which has helped their learning and my teaching!”

– E Brady (Teacher / AP)

“They genuinely want to improve and become better at Cognercise. Their personal motivation levels have skyrocketed.”

– T Arnold (Teacher)

“I have one little girl who has Anxiety, she has learnt through the Cognercise programs how to breathe deeply relax and focus, she now does this in class and at home when she feels her Anxiety building and this has helped her a great deal.”

– D. Hunt (Teacher)

Prevention First

Within Australia, due to our ‘prevention first’ policy and the growing prevalence of preventable childhood disorders, such as obesity and mental illness, we are initially focusing on primary school children and their families, with practical programs that encourage:

(1) A deeper understanding of the essentials for life and optimal performance, eg; nutrition

(2) Improved physical performance and the importance of physical activity

(3) Optimal cognitive understanding and performance, resilience, and functional confidence

(4) Greater empathy, altruism, and positive social intelligence

In short, the Foundation will seek to positively influence behaviours preventing non-communicable disease, by improving understanding of the complex root causes and building resilience in the community.

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