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Let’s start with our youth to improve Health Literacy

By October 22, 2020July 13th, 2021No Comments

To improve the health literacy in our communities let’s start with our youth.

To communicate and connect with youth, one of the best places to start is to meet them in the place they are communicating most: through technology.

Watch the Webinar “Combatting Youth Risk with Technology” with Jennifer Salerno of Possibilities for Change and Dr. Sandy Whitehouse, of Tickit Health.

Enabling professionals to eliminate the most common real-world barriers to risk screening is technology – to  gain access to population risk data, trends, and youth outcomes.

And it has been proven that youth are more honest with a technology interface when disclosing risks than with traditional oral or paper survey methods.

We are dedicated to delivering practical, evidence-based tools to empower youth to take control of their health. RAAPS is the first technology-based risk identification and coaching system created specifically for professionals working with youth.

Through our partnership with Possibilities for Change, we have strengthened RAAPS’ interactive, cutting-edge approach by dynamically embedding the core principals of Digital Empathy, such as concern and caring for others, expressed through computer-mediated communications.

Want to learn more? Reach out to us at Tickit Health info@tickithealth.com or visit the RAAPS page on the Possibilities for Change website https://possibilitiesforchange.org/raaps/