Parents for Education – how to help your child succeed.
Exam prep and study tips
Please check out this Powerpoint for helpful Exam study tips!
MH Lit: Student Mental Health in Action Test and Exam Stress management
Test and Exam Stress: Strategies to Perform at Your Best Lesson Plan
Test and Exam Stress: Strategies to Perform at Your Best Student Journal
Strategies to Perform at Your Best Parent/Caregiver Handout–
Exam/test stress blog
Parents for Children’s Mental Health
PCMH is the only Provincial, family-led, nonprofit organization that provides a voice for families who face the challenges of child and youth mental health issues. PCMH provides support, education, and empowerment by linking networks of families, communities, agencies and government. All family members and caregivers are welcome to attend meetings for support and information.
For more PCMH information and resources, please visit www.pcmh.ca, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-536-9323.
Mental Health Support Resources
Saltfleet Learning Resource Newsletter (hwdsb.on.ca)
HWDSB Mental Health and Well Being
Students – School Mental Health Ontario (smho-smso.ca)
Dental Programs & Services in Hamilton
Please refer to the following document for a list of the Dental Programs & Services in Hamilton.
Dental Programs and Services December 2018
Financial Support Catalogue
The Basic Needs Work Group of the Hamilton Best Start Network identified government and other resources available to low-income families to help with their basic needs. Please see attached catalogue.
“What Teens Need Most from Their Parents”, article Wall Street Journal
Healthy Living: Healthy Eating, Sleep, Activity
- Sleep Hygiene PosterENG_RGB
- ParticipACTION Report Card -Tip Sheet
- ParticipACTION Report Card – Fact Sheet
- Helping Kids Get Enough Sleep
Mental Health Articles
- Healthy Teenagers and Social Stress
- Helping Teens with Stress
- Digital Life – Cutting back on the smart phone
Partnership for Drug-free kids
Resource Guide on Health Services Available to People without OHIP