• Seanna Davidson

universal wellbeing and vitality model

link to model

Ties for Lives, a small Health Promotion Charity run by volunteers, and was founded in 2011 in the Mornington Peninsula. In the last few years the organization has focused attention on young people's mental health through the delivery of a pilot project called SPOTA and currently have begun to explore systems thinking and collaboration frameworks. Ties for Lives have developed the innovative UWell - Universal Wellbeing and Vitality Model.

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