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Free Resources

In this section you can find free resources-from E-books to fun self-care activities for kids! Simply click the titles to access!

 

Books

Anti-racism

The continuous murders of people of color in the US and elsewhere, including of children, continue to be a topic of great debate. There is a renewed investment from white communities to want tools to help them gain a foothold in their struggles to understand the ways that racism and white supremacy operate, whether in their minds, their families, their communities and the larger world. And there is an urgency to understand for which we must also answer the call from our communities for materials such as books. Below is a list which is designed to meet a broad variety of reader's needs and experiences, including for children. There is no time for inaction. We have all the tools we need. Only white people can end white supremacy. 

Covid19 

Information related to our current global Covid19 situation. 

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

This is a lovely collection of research articles on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) from two academic journals-namely the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Mental Health--of the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH). 

    Self Care for Kids

    We live in very busy times and it can be taxing on a child's mental health and wellbeing both in the short and longterm. Learning the importance of taking care of themselves and their communities can help children of all ages and cultures to become more independent and mindful of their physical and emotional needs. It can also prepare them to effectively handle future stressors (academic and non-academic ones), improve social relations and enhance overall body and mind wellness. Here's a self-care plan for kids:

     Addiction (for adults) 

    Whether the pandemic has exacerbated your addiction issues or you have a history of addiction, the impact of addiction on the self, relationships, career and the wider community cannot be ignored. The earlier one gets help, the better one's chances are at recovery and living a fulfilled life.

    • 'The Recovery Village' based in Florida, USA combines medical care with wellness programs and holistic addiction treatments such as yoga and meditation, massage and equine resources. They also provide affordable, luxury and recovery in a setting where lasting health and peace of mind are the goals, as well as Continuing Education events (held virtually too).