Bounceback is an easy-to-use stress-management and professional-development platform created for educators, administrators, and support employees.
Career educators deliver on-demand PD lessons in a low-dose/high-frequency model including engaging newscasts and podcasts — accessible anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Wellness instructors demonstrate evidence-based practices proven to help relieve stress — including controlled breathing, movement, and relaxation techniques.
Daily reminders support employees in their journey to manage and reduce stress. At key milestones, the Bounceback platform generates completion certificates they can download for PD credits or points.
High-quality resources to manage and reduce stress can improve employees’ health and well-being — which ultimately benefits students.
Available at a fraction of PD and healthcare costs
24/7 access on any device, at work or at home
Aligned with best practices cited by healthcare providers
Personalized PD plans inform employee growth
Compliant with HIPAA and GDPR
(General Data Protection Regulation) policies
Content creators include Emmy and Grammy award winners
Same technology used by major video-streaming services
$9.95 / month per employee
Bounceback is a SaaS (software as a service) platform licensed on an annual basis to K-12 schools, school districts, and organizations supporting schools. Annual licenses start at 100 employees. Discounted pricing available.
Eligible Use of Federal Funds
In guidance to local school districts, the U.S. Department of Education noted: “To be effective in meeting student well-being and academic needs, the adults in the community must prioritize their own basic mental, emotional, and physical health needs.”
Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds can be used to help local education agencies prepare for and respond to COVID through activities including but not limited to providing “mental health services and supports.”
“ED COVID-19 Handbook: Roadmap to Reopening Safely and Meeting All Students’ Needs,” U.S. Department of Education, August 2021
CARES Act Section 18003