St Sylvester's GAA Healthy Clubs Survey

St. Sylvester’s gained official ‘Healthy Club’ status at the National GAA Healthy Club Conference in October 2019 following 18 months of supporting our community in pursuit of better physical, social, and mental well-being. The aim of the GAA Healthy Club is to make every GAA club a hub for health & well-being in the community.

To date activities include

·         Walking group

·         Health & nutrition talks

·         Life skills programme for teenagers & adults

·         Darkness into Light Walk with breakfast back at the clubhouse

·         Resilience & stress management course

·         One Good Coach & SafeTALK training

We are keen to hear members’ opinions on what you think should start/stop or continue. We appreciate if you could take 5 minutes to complete survey, thank you!

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* 1. How old are you?

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* 2. What is your gender?

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* 3. How are you connected to the club?

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* 4. On a scale of 1 to 10, to what extent does St.Sylvester's GAA Club interact with the broader Malahide community. (1 being no interactivity and 10 being highly interactive)

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* 5. In your opinion, how can the club engage more with the community?

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* 6. Below are possible programmes of activities that the club might consider running in the future. What are your top five issues that the 'Syls Healthy Club Project' should focus on?

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* 7. How would you like to receive messages from the club relating to health and well-being?

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* 8. Who are the top three groups of people we should target through our health promoting programmes and initiatives?

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* 9. Which is your preferred way of engaging in activities

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* 10. Would you like to receive additional information regarding the GAA Healthy Club project?

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