Parent Resources

FRASER HEALTH NEWS, TIPS AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

The new edition of Healthier You magazine has just been published, and our cover story this month is about how to talk to your children about fentanyl and overdoses, with related resources for student education on this topic.

Fentanyl and Overdose Education and Resources:

Provincial Examinations Calendar - provides the most up-to-date information on the upcoming exam schedule

Internet Safety Tips for Parents

Groups offered at Ann Davis and referral form

Nine Bad Habits that Can Steal Your Sleep

Seven Foods that Help You Get a Better Sleep

Operation X - The Straight Goods on "E"

Check this link that gives information regarding a new App for Youth with Anxiety.  Mindshift is a collaboration between Anxiety BC and BC Mental Health and Addiction Services.  http://keltymentalhealth.ca/blog/2013/06/mindshift-new-app-youth-anxiety

Five Things Teachers Should Tell Students About Socializing Online
Despite the scale of the task, most educators know that parents’ reasonably commonplace difficulty in coping with cyber-issues means schools are going to have to lead the way in cyber-education. The trick will be first, to weed apart the incredibly-sad-but-rare phenomena from the more typical problems, and second, to focus on the common errors that are made by students (and adults) due to the unique nature of the online world.  http://hepg.org/hel/article/578#home

The F.O.R.C.E. Society for Kids' Mental Health is offering information sessions - Collaborative Problem Solving and Parenting Kids Dealing with Depression