Humana Healthy Horizons announces a partnership with GoNoodle, an interactive mindfulness and physical activity platform, to help K-6th grade kids, their parents and teachers in seven states: Florida, Kentucky, Ohio, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas and Georgia.

GoNoodle lets teachers interact with students while leveraging a library of movement and mindfulness videos. Parents and families can download a free mobile app to access this programming. Humana and GoNoodle will engage users with custom, downloadable activities that align with Humana’s goal of improving the health of the communities it serves, according to a media release from Humana.

“Humana is proud to partner with GoNoodle as an advocate for teachers and schools in support of families and children through education, fun and interactive healthy-lifestyle content that meets them where they are, at home or on the go. GoNoodle’s expansive digital resources further Humana’s commitment to addressing whole person health with the people and communities that need it most.”

— John Barger, Humana’s Medicaid President

“Now more than ever, educators and parents are searching for tools to help keep their kids engaged, active, and focused in the classroom and at home. Our partnership with Humana aligns with our mission to bring good energy and helpful, digital resources to kids and the adults who love them.”

— KC Estenson, CEO of GoNoodle

Humana Healthy Horizons is a Medicaid Product offered by affiliates of Humana Inc.

[Source(s): Humana, Business Wire]

Related Content:
GoNoodle Partners with Harlem Globetrotters to Encourage Kids to Move
GoNoodle All Summer Long with New iOS App Features
Movement Index Ranks Where Kids Are the Most Physically Active