Staff and student wellbeing is extremely important. Clinical nurse and Ed-LinQ coordinator Wendy Mills discusses the services Ed-LinQ provides to schools and how ISQ is working with Ed-LinQ on behalf of independent schools to ensure training where it is needed most.
For example, a recent workshop on managing young peoples’ screen use is discussed with practical strategies for schools, teachers and parents.
Ed-LinQ comes under the Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service.
In this episode, we discuss:
0.57 Ed-LinQ and the services they provide to schools
2.55 The relationship between Ed-LinQ and ISQ
3.39 Managing gaming and screen use for young people
8.25 OECD recommendations and student empowerment
11:32 Youth mental health first aid
14.35 Support regarding gender diversity
18:42 School refusal and school disengagement
20.15 How Ed-LinQ has helped in schools