In March, 2017, mindyourmind had the opportunity to partner with the London Health Sciences Centre to create a tool to help people with type 1 diabetes transition from pediatric to adult care.
So we applied to a award sommittee this week (fingers crossed!) and I ended up creating a list of the different kind of work we've done/ are doing from March 31 2016-2017. I thought it'd be an interesting thing to share.
This weekend I co-facilitated a Be Safe Design Studio with our co-op student, Rachel. It was her first studio, and our first using Google Hangouts. Using a new piece of technology is always a bit of a guessing game, but this was a great option.
mindyourmind worked with a group in Ottawa of newcomer youth to co-create some resources with the intent of empowering youth to seek help, as well as provide some information to their parents around the issues they may be facing.
Are you struggling with your mental health? Do you recognize the challenges regarding mental health in newcomer communities?
Thanks to funding from Libro Credit Union, mindyourmind has partnered with the Credit Counselling Program of Family Services Thames Valley to help them develop a web app that aims to assist young adults in better understanding financial