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.
January’s Wellness Works theme is realistic optimism. Learn more about ways you can explore realistic optimism this month.
This month’s wellness works explores the theme of empathy with parents, guardians and children.
Talking about mental health isn’t always easy. hat’s why the Upper Grand District School Board’s Wellness Works program has provided additional resources to mental health support for students, parents and guardians.
Authenticity is so important, but not always easy. November’s Wellness Works is all about learning to be more authentic.
This month, Upper Grand District School Board schools are exploring cognitive flexibility, as part of the ongoing Wellness Works initiative. Cognitive flexibility is important for innovating, coming up with new ideas and solving problems, and is essential to creativity.
Returning to school in the fall can result in mixed emotions including excitement, anticipation, nervousness, and worry. As we work to build and strengthen wellness skills, we are essentially building a strong foundation, a toolbox of strategies, to help your child/ren as they move through this school year in their own, unique and individual way.
Wellness Works, will be back in action this year as we collectively work, once again, to ensure not only a mentally healthy return to school but an on-going emphasis on wellness throughout UGDSB classrooms, lessons and school buildings.
May’s Wellness Works theme is integrity. Integrity is about having a moral compass and set of values that we live by in words and actions.
Authenticity is so important, but not always easy! 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? Here are some ideas.