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IMHP Webinar Series: Session 1 Highlight.Jan 2020

Update on IMHP Webinar Series
-shared by Blanca Serrano
Happy New Year! I hope everyone is off to a great start. Time is certainly moving fast already.

Ciel Éclairci! Towards Better Access to French Language Mental Health and Addictions Services in Ontario

Ciel Éclairci! Towards Better Access to French Language Mental Health and Addictions Services in Ontario

This report was developed to better understand the mental health and addictions needs of Francophones in Ontario. It provides a summary of findings from the engagement sessions and a review of the literature, along with both system-level and service provider recommendations for improving French language mental health and addictions services.

See both English and French Language reports attached below.

Coming Soon to Your Program – Resources to Prevent FASD

Also known as The Condom Project!

FASD ONE is excited to let you know that resources to prevent FASD are coming to your program in late December/early January. They will help you start conversations about alcohol and birth control use with all women and men of childbearing age.

Supporting Change: Preventing FASD- Video series - Centre of Excellence for Women's Health

Source webpage here: http://bccewh.bc.ca/webinars-and-courses/videos/supporting-change-preven...

Supporting Change: Preventing FASD- Video series
A resource to support service providers in their work with women

Ontario Special Needs Roadmap for School

Read more here: http://www.specialneedsroadmaps.ca/download-roadmap/

Two Moms with special needs children wanted to share with parents what they’ve learned. They researched for over a year and a half, and put together a new interactive school roadmap. This roadmap aims to be a GPS for parents of special needs children to navigate the education system in Ontario.

Toolkit: How To Help A Child Struggling With Anxiety

Childhood anxiety is one of the most important mental health challenges of our time. One in five children will experience some kind of clinical-level anxiety by the time they reach adolescence, according to Danny Pine, a child and adolescent psychiatrist at the National Institute of Mental Health and one of the world's top anxiety researchers. Pine says that for most kids, these feelings of worry won't last, but for some, they will — especially if those children don't get help.

Resource: Breastfeeding Your Baby, Guidelines for Nursing Mothers

Find more information here: https://resources.beststart.org/product/b02e-breastfeeding-guidelines-nu...
(free pdf file download)

Breastfeeding Your Baby, Guidelines for Nursing Mothers
Table in English and 17 other languages for nursing new mothers: A teaching aid providing at-a-glance breastfeeding guidelines and simple ways to assess breastfeeding success. (2016)

CMHO

Professional Resources

CMHO has a list of professional resources that will help to inform and provide training and support for child and youth mental health professionals. For information about how to share your resources on the CMHO website, please click here

https://www.cmho.org/education-resources/professional-resources

Promote the Ontario Prenatal Education Program Directory to Future Parents!

Prenatal education matters! Promote the Ontario Prenatal Education Program Directory to future parents on your website, through social media, on waiting room screens or in person with the new promotional materials developed by Best Start:

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