The World Health Organization (WHO)
Mind Span Wellness is committed to protect and promote the mental health of all people in all communities. It is our goal to achieve equity in mental health throughout our communities :
Studies have shown that art, music and movement activities directly affect our physical well-being as well as our mental and emotional state-of-mind. For individuals dealing with neurodiversity or learning differences, expressing their needs or socializing can be challenging, even though the desire to do so may still be there. These programs are sponsored through generous grants from donors likes the Nora Roberts Foundation.
Additionally, we offer tutoring & mentoring in 1-on-1 sessions for students and adults dealing with learning differences such as autism, ADHD, executive functioning issues and/or neuropsychological disorders. We have a limited number of sponsored hours for free tutoring services that are granted on an as-needed basis.
Young people with mental illness are often misunderstood.
We accept our older population with dementia and psychological disorders, because we believe that it is is a part of aging. However, sometimes this is a genetic issue, or from causes that we do not understand yet. We must understand that anyone, at any age, can be affected by neuro-psychological brain disorders like dementia, psychosis, or bipolar that can alter their life......
sometimes beyond their control.
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