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The resource was co-created to support the mental health and well-being of students as they return to school, especially students who identify as Black and Indigenous. The info sheet provides gui...
The ONE-CALL expanded version for remote learning process provides educators with a step-by-step approach to support students when they exhibit signs of an emotional or behavioural issue.
My Circle of Support The people, places and things that support me when I need it. Download an accessible version of the resource designed for screen readers.
This resource was created to equip educators with the language and additional resources to help support Grade 12 students with their questions, concerns and comments related to loss and disappointment...
This resource was created to equip educators with the language and additional resources to help support secondary students with their questions, concerns and comments related to loss and dis...
Tip Sheet for Parents and Caregivers: WITH CARE – How do you know if you should be concerned about your child / teen’s mental health and well-being?
This tip sheet explores how parents and caregivers can identify if their child might be experiencing a mental health problem, what to look for and how to access help.
This tool provides guidance for educators to support students as they transition back from the winter break and engage in remote learning. This resource was originally prepared for January 2021, but t...
School is an important place in promoting positive mental health, and helping to build student skills and resiliency. This tip sheet provides ideas for school staff on how to suppo...
Individuals and families have experienced the COVID-19 pandemic in unique and varied ways. This info sheet explores what parents and family members might notice if their child might be experiencing a ...
This info sheet provides information about loss, grief and bereavement during the pandemic, including what you may notice among students and how you can provide support.
During a pandemic, like all of us, students may experience a range of emotions. You may observe that students appear anxious, preoccupied, or tired, and/or you may notice a range of physical complaint...
Individuals and families have experienced the COVID-19 pandemicin unique and varied ways. For some, significant changes to daily routines, a sense of isolation and loss, and various other factors may ...