Click here for a link to this article dated December 12, 2014 in the Montreal Gazette that talks about filmmaker Chris Wynn’s experience caring for his father with Alzheimer’s disease and his resulting film projects.
Its about Music, its about about Slam Poetry and its about how psychosis sucks!
The British Columbia Schizophrenia Society (BCSS) and our sponsors are proud to present Reach Out, a fun and innovative tour helps youth and teachers learn to spot and stop psychosis early with music and poetry. The Reach Out tour brings education, music and poetry for youth aged 16-25 and is presented to schools across BC free of charge.
Practitioners Training Resource
This short film was developed by Young Carers who attend Time Out Young Carers Project in Loughborough. It raises awareness of the issues and experiences young carers have faced and it is told in their own words.
The content supports young people, teachers and other practitioners to be aware of the challenges young carers face, to gauge an understanding towards the needs of this group and to prompt discussion on how they can be better supported.
For more information click here for a link to The Jitty website.