Schools take lead on screening, interventions, and referrals to enable young people to grow into healthy and thriving adults November 18, 2021 – Portland, Oregon OR––Reclaiming Futures, along with Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI), and King County Best Start for Kids have published a new School-Based Screening, Brief Intervention and…
1 in 5 youth aged 13 to 18 have or will develop a serious mental illness in their lifetime. School-based Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SB-SBIRT) is a methodology used in early prevention for students prior to the development of a substance use disorder, and it now considered a strategy for mental health screening and management.
In this podcast episode, as part of StartUp Health’s Health Moonshot series, Dr. Sandy Whitehouse dives into the world of children’s health with hosts Logan Plaster and India Edwards.
Tickit Health, a global provider of person reported data collection solutions based on Digital Empathy, is pleased to announce that it has interfaced its platform with the Cerner Electronic Health Record at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network in Sydney, Australia.
Tickit Health partners to provide student Digitally Empathetic assessments to support trauma-informed SEL teaching modules and SEL Professional Development workshops. August 2, 2021 – Atlanta, Georgia Respectful Ways, a provider of trauma-informed social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum and SEL professional development, is pleased to announce they have been awarded a…
Possibilities for Change is dedicated to delivering practical, evidence-based tools to empower youth to take control of their health. As a part of the Tickit Health library, P4C is now able to layer additional health and screening tools into the RAAPS experience.
New York City’s mayor, officials and educators are realizing that the current state of mental health for school children is declining, and this may lead to a devastating long-term effect.