This February, let’s remember that we as individuals, deserve the same kindness, compassion and care that we give to so many others.
This month, the Wellness Works Committee is focusing on identifying when our stress levels are rising and finding the tools and strategies we can use to support ourselves in these moments.
Did you know that studies have linked authenticity with increased levels of happiness, personal growth, improved self-esteem and better relationships? So, where do you start?
This month, the Upper Grand District School Board is focusing on problem solving. Problem solving is about gathering information, trying to understand, and identifying potential solutions.
With relationships, we build a sense of connection and community. As we become a part of a community, we feel we belong. With belonging comes spaces and environments that elevate learning opportunities.
This month we collectively focus on reminding ourselves that we, too, deserve the same kindness, compassion and care that we give to so many others.
This month, Wellness Works will be focusing on gratitude. Gratitude is not just “good manners,” and it plays a significant role in our overall wellbeing.
Go out and notice kindness, receive kindness and give kindness this month.
This month at UGDSB we are focusing on the theme of self advocacy.
The CMHA’s BounceBack program is inviting parents, guardians, support staff and care providers to a province-wide lunch and learn about talking to your kids about mental health.