Published May 12th, 2020
We are all doing our best to help Saskatchewan flatten the curve and that includes taking care of the health & well-being of ourselves & our loved ones. We all deserve to be healthy and able to achieve what we need in our lives.
May 18th-22nd is Mental Health Awareness Week and juggling personal responsibilities while trying to manage classes and productivity put significant pressure on our mental health. Make sure to check in with your students and yourself this month. Take a break from your screen, read a book, go for a walk, or call a family member. We are in this together!
SDG 3 seeks to improve access to universal health care and access to affordable medicines for everyone and how we can address gaps in services, treatment and coverage for vulnerable populations.
In March 2020 during one of his daily press conferences, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a message for Canadian children about how they can do their part in the fight against COVID-19. It's a powerful statement, one that deserves a version all kids will want to watch:
How are your young people, either your own children or your students, coping during social distancing? Check out these Covid time capsule worksheets. They are a good way to get young people to check in on their own mental health during this time.
**Include Covid time capsule worksheets – saved on the desktop.
Interested in empowering young leaders to revolutionize mental health? Check out www.jack.org and join the movement!