Monday, May 7, 2012

Childrens Mental Health Awareness Week!

This week, May 6-12, 2012 is Children's Mental health awareness Week. For the rest of this week I will be posting a new fact or article regarding Children's Mental Health in general to promote the importance of recognizing and treating children with any type of mental health issue and to tell you how you can help, whether it be ADHD, Autism, Bi Polar Disorder, ODD, OCD, Teurettes Syndrome etc. Any and EVERY one of these conditions and more are so important to help and treat for your child! Please make the people around you know and realize the importance of our children's mental health :) The ribbon color for this weeks awareness is Green, so please wear green and support our children's mental health importance and awareness!

6 comments:

  1. One of my neighbor’s son has suffered from bi polar disorder, and now he is getting well because of the treatment. I agree it is so important to realize the children’s mental health. Let’s make it happen.

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  2. Ophthalmoscopes, I think it is so important to make families and parents aware of the importance that diagnosing a treating a child with ANY mental health issue is for the child's life! thank you for your comment and please feel free to join my site here or subscribe to my blog, or both!:) Also, please visit my Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ChildADHD

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  3. Events like these certainly make the world a better place. Children are, of course, important and holding events that show support and care for them are all great!

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  4. These undertakings should be commended; every special child out there deserves special mental and physical care.

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  5. ADHD is really a serious condition that everyone needs to be familiar of. So, it is great to hear that some people are participating in Childrens Mental Health Awareness Week.

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  6. Hi...Your post really got me thinking man..... an intelligent piece, I must say. Health Awareness

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