The Kelty Centre is looking for feedback!

Amy Pezzente, Project Manager on July 12, 2018


BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre has THREE upcoming opportunities for parents, families and caregivers to be involved in the design and development of a new Help Finder Tool, Orientation Video, and Social Media Campaign!

 

  1. Help Finder Tool

BC Children's Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre is in the process of redeveloping our Help Finder Tool on our website so it is more user friendly and easier to navigate. We need parents, families and caregivers to provide input on the best way to do this. Involvement in this feedback session would require 2-3 meetings of 1-1.5 hours each. Participation can be in-person or by phone.  Compensation will be provided to you for your time. If you are interested in participating or would like more information please contact Kaleigh McLeod, Project Manager at kaleigh.mcleod@cw.bc.ca

 

  1. Orientation Video

WHAT:  We are looking for individuals to be filmed in our new Kelty Orientation Video!
WHEN:  You must be available for 3-4 hours during the summer. Date TBA
WHERE:  Filming and interviews will take place at The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre
WHO: Individuals who have used the Kelty Centre to some capacity and be comfortable sharing this experience on camera.
WHY:  This video will increase public awareness of the available tools, resources, and services that the Kelty Centre has to offer, as well as help families and communities better understand what we do and how we can help.
HOW:  Interested? Want to know more? Email Project Manager Amy Pezzente at amy.pezzente@cw.bc.ca. A compensation will be provided for your help and support.

 

  1. Social Media Campaign

WHAT:  We are looking for individuals to provide feedback on our new social media campaign which we are developing.
WHEN:  Late August for 1-1.5 hours.
WHERE:  Feedback will take place online. 
WHY:  This campaign will help us to launch our new resources and bring attention to the Kelty Centre and the many ways we can help.
HOW:  Interested? Want to know more? Email Project Manager Amy Pezzente at amy.pezzente@cw.bc.ca. A compensation will be provided for your help and support.

 

Thank-you! We look forward to hearing from you and your invaluable feedback. 

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