Brain Health

Mental health is one of the most current eminent problems in the United States of America. 61,500,300 Americans experience a mental health disorder in a year, that’s a whopping 1 out of 4 adults. 11% of teens have depression before the age of 18. This is more prominent than you would expect.

Background Information

Mental health in childhood means reaching developmental and emotional milestones, and learning healthy social skills and how to cope when there are problems.

Tips for Kids
  • Healthy brain, Healthy food, Healthy body
  • Be kind to one another
  • Help each other
Tips for Grownups
  • Hug your child
  • Enjoy the moment
  • Recognize effort
  • Model good behavior
For Educators
  • Educate staff, parents, and students on symptoms of and help for mental health problems
  • Promote social and emotional competency and build resilience
  • Help ensure a positive, safe school environment
  • Teach and reinforce positive behaviors and decision-making
  • Encourage helping others
  • Encourage good physical health
  • Help ensure access to school-based mental health supports
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