Your registration with ph360 and the registration/s of your child/ren are the only required preparation.
Food is an important part of everyday life and is the main content of one session. The focus areas for the other 6 six sessions includes Lifestyle Priorities, Strengths, Genius, Movement, Chronobiology, Dominant Hormones, Choices, Behaviour and Rewards, Sleep, Natural Energy Levels, The Unique Mind, Social Interactions, Environmental Factors, Resilience and Different Parenting Styles
This is not a course for children to attend. Other family members involved in your child’s life may find the content in this course just as interesting, insightful and helpful and are welcome to register and attend. It is optional for you to attend with other parents or caregivers in your family.
ph360 membership and personal profiles are currently only available for adults. The global ph360 Science and Medical teams have been working for many years to prepare this platform to be able to provide children with unique and personalised health profiles in the future. During the course, information will be tailored to children’s HealthType.
One 5-10 second video of each child is required for the assessment. Please see the example video provided for what is required to avoid having to re-submit your video.
We recommend you allow 30 minutes to complete your registration for your ph360 profile and 20 minutes per child to upload the video and complete the questionnaire.
All parents and caregivers are welcome to attend as individuals or couples – the choice is entirely yours. If both do want to attend, make the most of the Couples Discount option!
No. You only need to enter your child/ren’s data onto one parent’s profile.
ph360 profile resources, Shae resources, Health Professional Network Courses – there are many other ways to extend your learning about Personalised Health. Find out more here.
No, the couple option is only for a Parenting Partner who is having the same children assessed. A friend will require a separate assessment process for their own children and will therefore require a separate registration.