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This year, the TDSB recognizes Children’s Mental Health Week (CMHW) from May 1 to 5, 2023. If you need some inspiration, check out our Infographic to help guide the conversations and how to focus on the many ways we can promote wellbeing in our schools!
This year we want to promote the work happening in schools and to encourage the discussions to end stigma and inspire wellbeing for children and youth in all our school spaces.
Equity is central in supporting mental health and well-being. This prioritizes identity affirming supports for students and parents/guardians from an anti-oppressive and anti-racist stance. Supporting you is our priority and to help you navigate the tools and resources you may need for positive mental health and well being.
If your school is utilizing the resources we have created and/or doing any activities for this week, please share your stories on Social Media using the hashtags below! To promote your work use the hashtag(s):
Please reach out to your child's school to find out more about local Children's Mental Health Week events.
Please also check out:
And, join and follow the conversation on Twitter by following @TDSB_MHWB and Instagram @tdsb_mhwb to keep the conversation going even beyond Children’s Mental Health Week!