- Mental Health
- Substance Use
- Healthy Living
I recently wrote about the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre’s new cross-cultural landing page and updated language pages. In this blog post I want to highlight a few of the great translated resources we have on the Kelty site that are helpful for both families and professionals to be aware of.
The most widely translated resources on our site are the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Medication Teaching Sheets. All medication information sheets are available in French and English, and several sheets are available in the 3 most requested languages (per the Provincial Language Services): Punjabi, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. All translated sheets match 100% of the content in the English sheets and can be easily printed for families. All sheets are available here: http://keltymentalhealth.ca/finding-help/medications/alphabetical-list-medications.
Another great resource is the Eating Disorders Meal Support: Helpful Approaches for Families video, which is available in English, and with subtitles in Korean, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. The video features families sharing their experiences with four stages of providing meal support. The translated videos can be found directly on the language pages: Korean, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. The accompanying fact sheet Eating Disorders Meal Support at a Glance and the Eating Disorders Information Booklet by Dr. Ron Manley have also been translated and are available through the Kelty website.
Two additional translated videos featuring families and youth sharing their experiences are:
The last (but not the least) resource I am going to mention is the Healthy Living Toolkit for Families, which includes information on healthy living, worksheets and tools, and tips from other families. The toolkit is available in 7 languages in PDF on the Kelty website, or in hard copy. For more information, check out the cross-cultural landing page.
Those are just a few of the translated resources on the Kelty website, but there are many other helpful translated resources available as well! We will be adding a new system navigation video for families in seven languages soon, so please keep your eye out for that exciting resource. And as always, if you know of any child and youth mental health events or resources that focus on cross-cultural mental health or that are available in different languages, please let us know!