Parenting in the 21st century is by far one of the most difficult jobs on the planet. We as parents have way to many things to compete with…busy schedules, technology, questioning ourselves and the decisions we make….Check out the link for a great visual that can help parents simplify parenting for without having to be hard on ourselves or our children.
The following descriptions and videos are located on the YouTube channel of the Canadian Paediatric Society. Please take a moment to view the 2 videos as they contain current and valuable information about the different things that impact mental health.
Taking care of our mental health is just as important as having a healthy body. As a parent, you play an important role in your children’s mental health. You can promote good mental health by the things you say and do, and through the environment you create at home.
Parents and caregivers play a big role in fostering their child’s self-esteem. Self-esteem is how people feel about themselves, both inside and out. People with good self-esteem generally have a positive outlook, accept themselves and feel confident. Children need to feel loved and accepted to build self-esteem.
Hamilton Best Start is providing an excellent opportunity for those people who have gone through difficult times and are trying to get back on track. Everyone at some point in time will go through difficult times and often, trying to return to the “normal” that existed before is the hardest part. If you are needed more support than you currently have to get back on track, the attached opportunity might be for you. You contact Hamilton Best Start directly.
The flyer listed in our last post (March 23) does encourage students and staff to wear red for Autism Awareness. Winona staff and students are encouraged to wear blue in support of World Autism Awareness. Take a look at some famous landmarks around the world from last year who showed support for the Light It Up Blue Autism Awareness…
Hello everyone…a very busy time of year for everyone including Mrs. Cleland and Mrs. Murray but we’re still here and we have an opportunity to share…Please visit Blog Best Start guest speaker 2015 for ideas to support our young children/students who are dealing with stressors of their own. Children who are dealing with a lot of stress for various reasons carry that stress to school making learning difficult. Please visit the link above for an opportunity to learn more about supporting children who are stressed. If you have questions, please ask.