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Inclusive Education Project Podcast


Jun 5, 2018

A child’s mind is so powerful and its well-being should be of utmost importance. Yet, many kids who suffer from mental illness rarely receive the help and attention that they require. In this episode, we revisit the matter of mental health and illness since May was Mental Health Awareness Month, and we share our own experiences with how we try to stay mentally fit.

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What We Discuss in This Episode:

  • Why our minds require just as much attention as our bodies do and yet, our physical health usually gets more attention
  • The statistics and connection between mental health and school shootings
  • 25% of all US adults have mental illnesses and for many of them, they don’t know where to get help
  • Why it’s difficult to recognize if someone is experiencing mental health issues. Even worse, sometimes we don’t even recognize it in ourselves
  • The benefits of exercise on mental fitness
  • What are some school districts doing to help students with mental health issues?
  • It’s ok to take a break and take care of your mind

Resources Mentioned:

www.eachmindmatters.org

CDC Report: Mental Illness Surveillance Among U.S. Adults 

My Favorite Murder podcast

Mental Health Association of Orange County - Meeting of the Minds Orange County 

www.ochealthinfo.com

Malcolm X quote:  “When I is replaced with WE, even illness becomes wellness”

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