CNN and Sesame Street are presenting a second Town Hall on Coronavirus this Saturday, May 30 at 10 a.m. ET to help children and parents understand the latest additional issues surrounding Coronavirus, including staying safe in the summer months, going back to school and how to manage big feelings. Join Sesame Street’s Big Bird, Elmo and Abby Cadabby. Info at: https://cnn.it/2TNkyOT
McMaster University has launched a survey to better understand how parents and children are coping during COVID-19 pandemic. The study’s general themes focus on the well-being and health of children and caregivers, family stressors, family relations, and how COVID-19 has specifically had an impact on individuals. Families can participate at www.OntarioParentSurvey.ca.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Woodview Mental Health & Autism Services are temporarily offering some services virtually. The walk-in clinics in Brant and Paris are now virtual “walk-in” counselling services. It’s easy to book an appointment.
- Call one of the clinics below
- Receive an appointment via phone or secure video
Join Aaron Bell, an Ojibway Storyteller from Brantford ON, for 5 storytelling sessions based on his book Jak’s Story. One session will be released each day May 4-8, 2020.
Brant Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 runs from May 4 to May 9.
Follow along for information and updates about Brant Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.
There will be daily schedules posted on our social media pages, with all the resources and links to each event that is happening for that specific day. Visit the BMHA Facebook page and and follow BMHA on Twitter.