That’s why Intelligent Health makes physical activity a way of life through expertly delivered, measurable campaigns with long-term, community-wide benefits.
Intelligent Health’s mission is to create resilience and improve health by connecting people to each other, their communities and their environment. We do this through engaging communities at scale, sharing knowledge of the foundations of good health, and by analysing data to deliver actionable insight. We have a simple vision; to transform people’s health through small changes that make a big difference.
Our award-winning programme, Beat the Street has been created to build active communities to make them healthier, happier and more sustainable. Beat the Street is a real-life game played on streets and parks across a community. It works because people are enabled to make changes to their behaviour that are simple, easy, cost-effective and timely and can continue when the programme is removed — the sustainability is the behaviour change. Crucially Beat the Street has 8 years of strong and wide-ranging evidence of behaviour change for adults and children.
Beat the Street is a social movement that brings an energy to a town and delivers measurable change/impact. It delivers at scale, creates a platform for everyone, uses local assets, works with local stakeholders, delivers gamification, is evidence-based. Find out more about Beat the Street by watching our cartoon animation.
Getting people physically active not only improves health and wellbeing, it also saves public money and improves our environment. Changing behaviour isn’t easy, but our knowledgeable, innovative approach makes it possible — and fun.
Our success is built on the hard work and skill of our staff and the forward thinking of our campaign partners. Together, we’re making a big difference.
We believe a healthy community needs all stakeholders working together to make a difference. That means people, organisations and leaders.
Intelligent Health achieves change through community-wide initiatives (such as our Beat the Street programme), personal activity trackers, social prescription and bringing together key partners.
We agree with the World Health Organisation’s Global recommendations on physical activity for health which state that there needs to be national guidelines, work across all policy sectors, use of mass media and effective monitoring of programmes.
Intelligent Health programmes are based on three simple foundations:
We then forge the best partnerships to deliver these on a wide basis.