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Quarky App: becoming a better friend

An amazing new way for young people (ages 14-24) to discover and share places, ideas and support

An amazing new way for young people (ages 14-24) to discover and share places, ideas and support

Quarky App: becoming a better friend

by Soul Hole Productions, LLC
Quarky App: becoming a better friend
Quarky App: becoming a better friend
Quarky App: becoming a better friend

What is it about?

An amazing new way for young people (ages 14-24) to discover and share places, ideas and support.

Quarky App: becoming a better friend

App Details

Version
1.0.0
Rating
NA
Size
65Mb
Genre
Lifestyle Education
Last updated
September 11, 2016
Release date
August 31, 2016
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App Store Description

An amazing new way for young people (ages 14-24) to discover and share places, ideas and support.

For life’s quirks, be Quarky.

Quarky App: Becoming a Better Friend
• Looking for something to do? Be Quarky!
• Have a friend struggling with life? Be Quarky!
• Ready to change the world? Be Quarky!

Quarky is the secret art of learning through the journey of life. Quarky is becoming the best friend you can be. Quarky is confidently navigating strange, unexpected and frequently challenging events. Quarky is being the change you want to see in the world. To be Quarky is thriving, not just surviving. So be Quarky. This app can help.

Designed for young people in the greater KC metro, Quarky offers access to information and places that can be difficult to find when looking for help. Ranging from fun to serious: there are articles, people and places that can help provide solutions and raise awareness to some of life’s most challenging problems.

It also helps a user better respond to challenges that their friend's are going through by providing an introduction to develop and increase awareness in terms of their education, future profession, physical fitness and health, emotional well-being, finances, and service to the community while connecting them local resources to provide more intensive opportunities when desired.

Quarky Components

Elevate Your Info: a glossary of useful information, terms or advice (currently 300+) infinitely expandable; most useful through search

Elevate Your Skills: Practical helping techniques that form a cohesive method of recognizing, intervening, or referring problems of any intensity. Special section on the “Red Flags for Referral” to help youth know when, why and how to reach out to an adult.

Elevate Your Story: Opportunities for youth to share their story and social norming. Includes scenarios covering actually situations teens have shared. Each has a structured way of thinking through how to deal with the situation and a suggested response that lays out some of the options to the situation melding a good therapeutic and personally healthy response. SEEKING YOUTH SHARING PARTNERS

Elevate Your Game: future focused edification and tools to navigate complex systems or issues, such as housing, post-secondary pathways, psychopharmachology, leadership development, building a healthy body image, etc.

Elevate YourSelf: Stories, exercises, or experiences to build faith in yourself (or personal self-esteem). It takes an emotionally mature person to help others. This section will help develop inner-strength and provide stamina for building yourself and your friends toward being happy, whole people. Also includes the opportunity to share what inspires you or your own creations. SEEKING YOUTH SHARING PARTNERS

Elevate Your Spirit: Articles, insights and an existential focus on spirituality, sacredness, how we are spiritual beings and religious involvement. Various studies have found that 95% of American adolescents believed in God, 77% agreed that they were “spiritual beings” and roughly four-fifths indicated that they had interest in spirituality and they believed in sacredness.

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