Helping Words – Official release of “Just Like You”
CBC News: Toronto – May 7, 2012
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To promote Mental Health Week and this year’s theme, Mental Health
for All, we would like to invite you to attend a presentation at Nelson
High School on Wednesday May 9th to listen to key note speakers on
topics related to Mental Health and Wellness for Children, Teens and
Adults. To accommodate parents with young children there will be a
FREE supervised movie and snack in the Nelson cafeteria for children 10
years of age and under.
Mental Health For All Presentation by:
Dr. Carl Bradley: speaking on children’s mental health issues, signs, symptoms
and how to get help.
Leanne Needham: speaking on Mood Disorders/psychosis and early warning
signs. What to do if you suspect your youth is having difficulty.
Information Booth and Presentation by: ROCK: speaking about ROCK and the
services they offer.
No Registration Required and No Cost to Attend. Please come and bring a friend.
Hosted by: The Community Education Committee at John T. Tuck School
In Celebration of Children’s Mental Health Week: “From the Family Perspective“. Taking a frank look at the impact of mental health issues on families; a mother’s journey.
Speaker: Sarah Cannon, Executive Director of Parents for Children’s Mental Health.
Event Location: Milton Sports Centre (Banquet Room)
Date: Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
Supported by Halton Student Support Leadership Initiative.
Did You Know?
70% of adults with mental illness developed their symptoms in childhood or youth.
1 in 20 teenagers are clinically depressed.
The most common forms of mental health issues in children and youth today are Depression, Anxiety and Behaviour Disorders.
Do you know what the signs AND symptoms are for a child or youth with a mental health problem?
Do you know where to get help AND support for a mental health issue?