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12 Days of mindyourmind: Day 12 - Free Resource Printouts
The 12 Days of mindyourmind blog series seeks to highlight the ways in which you can use the tools we’ve created with the youth you work with. We know that it can be difficult to think of new ideas, so we’ve compiled some of our best resources and interesting ways to use them.
mindyourmind is mostly online, but we also have a large variety of printable resources that you can offer youth or display around their spaces. We will list our top resources that could help you start discussions that can be difficult to approach with youth, and general information for them to consider.
- When You Click Agree was a project that was done to highlight what young people should know about their privacy and the laws when it comes to their personal social media accounts. Print out the poster to display around your work space or shared bathrooms.
- Our Self Care Tips and logos of where to follow us are on this popular poster. We have it available in English, French, Arabic and Punjabi.
- At Western University, first year kinesiology students held a fundraiser for mindyourmind which included sharing these cards with their peers. The cards have tips for dealing with anxiety and stress, and also act as mini colouring pages.
- Standing Tall is a self care workbook, planner and colouring book developed in partnership with mindyourmind and London District Catholic School Board (LDCSB). Secondary students from different schools in the district came together to create this book through a two day design lab facilitated by mindyourmind. Check out the pdf. version of the book and print off any pages!
- Sharing Your Story graphic art poster. Researchers from Western University partnered with mindyourmind staff and a youth team (7 youth aged 18-25) to co-create guidelines that support youth in telling their personal story with mental illness. This is important information that can be posted in your workplace to get people thinking about helpful and healthy ways to share vulnerable stories.
We hope this has given you some inspiration. If you have any different ideas or interesting ways you’ve used our tools, we’d love to hear about it. Thank you so much for reading our The 12 Days of mindyourmind blogs to discover more about the free resources we offer!
We’re wishing you all the best in the new year :)
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