Parent Resources

General Mental Health

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Mood & Anxiety

  • Bounce Back – a Canadian Mental Health on-line skill building program for adults and youth (15+) to manage mood and anxiety.
  • Anxiety Canada – offers information and self help regarding anxiety
  • Parent's Guide to Teen Depression - a guide on how you can recognize the signs and sumptoms and best help your child. 
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ADHD & Parenting Resources

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After Hours Resources

  • BC Mental Health Support • 310-6789
  • Suicide Help Line – 1-800-SUICIDE • 1-800-784-2433 (24 hours)
  • Online Service for Adults • www.CrisisCentreChat.ca 
  • Online Service for Youth • www.YouthinBC.

 

In addition to the great resources found on the SD48 K-9 Online Learning Menu the Ministry of Education’s Keep Learning website, for those of you looking for more tips for supporting your kids at home with online learning, please see the following resources from Common Sense Media, a trusted nonprofit based in the US focused on supporting the responsible use of digital media and tech:

 

 
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Some useful links to help parents better understand google classroom (please contact your child’s teacher for specific questions about their learning):

 

 
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Click here to view a recorded April 17th live webinar Google Classroom: A Guide for Parents. Join the EdTeachTeam for a look at Google Classroom from a parent perspective.

 
The Erase Report It tool is an easy way to send a message to your school or school district's safe school coordinator, who will follow-up on the situation right away. They will also follow-up with you privately if you provide your name.
 
 
If you need immediate assistance please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.
 
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Sea to Sky Community Services' Youth Services provides access to a variety of programming and services for youth ages 12 to 24 years old. Programs range from drop in space, curated programs and activities, workshops, training’s, outings, community outreach, school programs and more.
 

Youth can access support, resources and referrals to mental health and primary care services. Programs are based in Squamish and we welcome all youth. Our goal is for youth to thrive to their highest potential are healthy, happy and engaged community members.

Website: http://www.sscs.ca/youth-services/

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DASH

 

DASH Dedicated Action for School Health is a not-for-profit society committed to promoting, supporting and facilitating the creation of healthy school communities in BC. DASH resources are found here.

 

Summer Reading Club

 

BC Summer Reading Club - Kids ages 5-14 register for this free program with their local public library. They record their reading progress, building self-confidence and developing their reading skills, while participating in fun activities. Online registration begins June 15 at the BC Summer Reading Club website

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Daily Cafe

Supporting Reading at Home with The Daily Cafe- A video series to teach your child how to read by themselves for 30 minutes at a time! Reading at Home with The Daily Cafe website.

 
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British Columbia’s graduation program is changing. Our education system has been recognized internationally for its excellence and we can make it even better. The Ministry of Education has worked with educators, post-secondary institutions and employers to update the B.C. Graduation Program.

 

The new program will help students develop their full potential and equip them with the skills they need to adapt and thrive well into the future.

Visit the Ministry of Education website for more information:

Family Support Institute-Over the next few months we will be featuring  topics of popular interested to families so stay tuned or check out our website www.familysupportbc.com

All sessions are free! Registration required.

 

Rolling with ADHD-This FREE 8-week virtual caregiver series runs from January 6-February 24, 2020 on Wednesdays at 12pm.This workshop helps:
  • Better understand the ADHD brain
  • Develop and sharpen skills to communicate & connect with your child
  • Skills to motivate your child and prevent and manage challenging behaviours
To register: Email Alison.Nicholls@gov.bc.ca