A campaign to end hurtful teasing and bullying. Bulletin board display with 4 character posters. Plus classroom activities.
This comprehensive guide to educational, county, and health-care systems was prepared specifically for parents and professionals who are concerned with children’s mental health needs. The manual includes information about county services, early childhood and special education services, transition issues and services, support programs and services, and financial programs such as MA, SSI, and TEFRA.
For parents/caregivers of children with a mental health disorder: $14.00 each
This guide examines the common, everyday concerns that caregivers address (such as aggressive behavior, eating, and temper tantrums), and provides detailed information about what to do when a child might be exhibiting symptoms of a mental health problem. Although written primarily for early childhood care providers, parents and other caregivers may also find it useful, especially the “Common Concerns” sections and the 10 fact sheets that describe the most common mental health disorders of early childhood
(Fact Sheets Only – Download Here)
The DSM-V is coming out in May. We will be revising this guide with the new information. You may want to wait to purchase this guide until after the revision.
Previously titled A Teacher’s Guide to Children’s Mental Health, this book equips educators with the tools they need to reach all students. It includes sections on what you may see if a student has a mental health disorder, how mental health disorders and medications affect student performance, and how to best form partnerships with parents. The Guide also includes fact sheets on 15 common childhood mental health disorders. The fact sheets describe the disorders, list the common symptoms and behaviors, and give appropriate classroom strategies and accommodations.
MACMH’s latest bully prevention curriculum is now available online and on CD. Intended for grades K-6, the curriculum addresses the following issues:
• The difference between HURTFUL and FUN, SILLY TEASING
• The difference between TATTLING and REPORTING
• How to USE YOUR WORDS when facing a bully
• Making SAFE CHOICES when being bullied
• Ways to RESPOND to different types of bullies.
Lesson plans for grades 1–8 that will:
• Increase awareness about children’s mental health issues.
• Build supportive, caring classroom communities.
Enhanced Additional Activities that address several different modes of learning.