There is no "one-size-fits-all" self-care plan, but this websites lists off some general ways in creating all self-care plans.
This article provides strategies to help educators prevent compassion fatigue in their practice.
This resource provided by the Positive Psychology focuses on shifiting from illness to wellness. This shift allows for educators to effectivelt cope with stress and adversity that allows for meaningful interpersonal professional and personal relationships.
This resource provided by the governement of Canada provides a list of resources randing form crisis lines for adult and children to wellness initiatives.
This resource provided by Canadian Mental Health Associaiton(CMHA) provides facts coverign who is afftected by menetal health, how common it mental health is as well as the effects including the economic cost of mental health.
This resource provided by the UNICEF shares resources on the science of love in childhood.
The series of videos sets out to cover how adversity impacts us as children and the adults we become, what we can do to protect and improve young people’s mental health and why safe and loving relationships are so vital for children’s health, development and wellbeing throughout life.
This resource provided by Health and Social Services Haldimand and Norfolk provides tips and resources on how to managing and coping with mental health during COVID-19.
CAMH provides online tools for coping with mental illness and substance use.
Mind provides valuable online tools in supporting mental health.
Created by third year students of the Humber-UNB BN program, they provide various resources for caregiver mental health and mindfulness!