Resources 06 - Mental Health and LD

The World Health Organization (WHO) says that “mental health is a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.”

In other words, mental health is about how we cope with the different events in our lives, and how they affect our emotions. Part of how we maintain good mental health is by having a well-balanced life.

See related posts in the sidebar:

  • MH1 - How to Have Good Mental Health

  • MH2 - Learning Disabilities and Mental Health

  • MH3 - Signs of Mental Health Struggles in Children

  • MH4 - How to Maintain Good Mental Health

  • MH5 - Supporting a Child's Mental Health

Acknowledgement:

The Learning Disabilities Association of  Kingston expresses appreciation to the following for the development of the above listed Mental Health Resources:

  • Melissa Franks, Queen's University BNSc Student

  • Megan Hill, Queen's University BNSc Student

NOTE: To see transcripts, click on the "YouTube" logo in the videos below, and select "Show more".

LDAK Video Series Episode #1 - ORGANIZATION

LDAK Video Series Episode #2 - MENTAL HEALTH

Acknowledgement:

The The Learning Disabilities Association of  Kingston expresses appreciation to the following for the development of these video resources:

Ali Daschko, Emma Casola, and Kenzie Cunningham.

Fourth year Queen's University BNSc Students

Supporting a Child with a

Learning Disability

 

 

Video #1: Self Esteem

How to Improve a Child’s Self Esteem [4:10]

Self Esteem

Video #2: Healthy Communication

How to Communicate Effectively with your Child with a Learning Disability [4:53]

Acknowledgement:

The Learning Disabilities Association of  Kingston expresses appreciation to the following for the development of these 2 video resources in 2021:

Logan Begbie, Ashlee Pilon.

Fourth year Queen's University BNSc Students

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