There are lots of great mental health and wellbeing tools available online. The trick is to find the best tool for the job.
Educator wellbeing is a key part of a mentally healthy learning community. Be You offers a range of resources to help you manage your wellbeing and help build a mentally healthy workplace.
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Wellbeing Tools for You
Paying attention to your own mental health
ensures you’re better able to support the children and young people in your
care. Wellbeing Tools for You outlines a range of online tools and resources designed to support your mental health and that of your colleagues.
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Wellbeing Tools for Students
Wellbeing Tools for Students is your essential guide to the online tools and other resources that will best support children and young people in taking care of their own mental health. As ‘digital natives’, children and young people will often look online for help with the problems they’re facing, and educators play a vital role in directing them to the best resources.
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My Return to School Support Plan
A Return to School Support Plan aims to ensure the best possible reintegration, safety, care and support for a young person returning after time away from school. Young people are encouraged to fill out this form with the support of family, school wellbeing staff and any health professionals involved in their care. It will help identify situations that the young person might find difficult and how these can be managed to help them feel safe and supported.
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Planning for Empowerment: Gowing a mentally healthy generation
Planning for Empowerment: Growing a mentally healthy generation is a resource for early learning services, school age care services and schools to guide planning for empowering children and young people in your learning community and to reflect how children are learning about, understanding and enacting their rights.
Planning for Empowerment: Growing a mentally healthy generation