This toolbox was developed by various experts, organizations and research chairs to prevent the negative impact of the pandemic on school children’s mental health. It suggests various positive intervention strategies to help parents and school staff support children in the context of isolation and social distancing. To promote children’s resilience, these tools address the topics of emotional management, anxiety, stress, mourning, motivational difficulties and sleep disturbance. A study on the toolbox’s short-, medium- and long-term impact on public health guidelines in schools will also be carried out. Since this toolbox is “scalable” over time, it will be modified and tailored to schools’ needs.
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The Toolkit is supported by the Emergency Community Support Fund, the Government of Canada and the Foundation of Greater Montréal.
In collaboration with the Quebec Committee for young people with behavioral difficulties.