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    Mental Health: for Professionals Professionals provides recommendations and advice for youth support workers and education professionals on a range of online interventions, tools and resources that can be used to support young people experiencing mental health difficulties and to build young people’s wellbeing and resilience. Information on key mental health and wellbeing concepts, where to refer young people to appropriate services or online tools, and teach mental health and wellbeing skills.

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    Mental Health: SANE Australia

    S.A.N.E is a national mental health charity helping people affected by mental illness through campaigns, education and research. The website has a series of very useful fact sheets covering various types of mental illness, treatments and related issues.

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    Mental Health: SANE Australia - Factsheets and Podcasts

    SANE Factsheets (with accompanying Podcasts) provide authoritative, up-to-date, and easy-to-read explanations of a range of mental health problems and related issues. Print-ready PDF versions are just a click away, and the most popular Factsheets are also available in 10 translations.

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    Mental Health: WhatWorks4U

    A website investigating treatments for mental health problems. The team at Orygen Youth Health Research Centre have developed a website where young people can log on and share what treatments have worked for their mental health problems and learn what treatments others have reported as helpful. The website hopes to increase awareness of treatment options and inform treatment decisions based on what has worked for similar young people.

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    Mental health - Towards Success in Tertiary Study

    This resource aims to assist students who are studying or intend to studying at tertiary level and who have a mental health condition such as: Anxiety-related disorders, Eating disorders, Personality disorders, Psychoses, Mood-related disorders, Sleep-related disorders, Substance-related conditions.

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    Mental health conditions toolkit - UK

    The aim of this toolkit is to help staff to support students with mental health conditions in universities. The toolkit provides information which can be used by all university staff to increase knowledge, understanding and confidence, in order to help students maximise their academic potential.

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    Mindful Employer Program

    Employees in every industry will be affected – directly or indirectly – by a mental health problem at some point in their career. Around one in five Australians experience a mental illness every year. There is an impact on families, friends and work colleagues too. Becoming a Mindful Employer can help you create a positive and supportive workplace, and help avoid the costs of not responding appropriately to mental health problems.

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    Mountain Climbing: A resource for tertiary graduates with lived experience of mental illness making the transition to employment

    The resource draws together a number of strategies, tips and approaches, as well as references to handy websites. We have also included a number of case studies which to date have been a highlight for readers. The resource is aimed at both University and TAFE graduates.

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    NCVER: Unfinished business: student perspectives on disclosure of mental illness and success in VET

    Mental illness can be particularly disruptive to education and training outcomes. This report explores the factors that contribute to successful course completion for students with a mental illness, with a particular focus on the role of disclosure. The research finds that the reliance on students disclosing their mental illness in order to access support is problematic, as many students struggle with the decision of whether to disclose or not.

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    NDIS & Further Education Pre-planning Toolkit

    The NDIS Pre-planning Toolkit for people with disability entering Higher Education or Vocational Education and Training is designed to be used before you start a tertiary course at university or with a vocational education and training provider.

    Your disability may mean you require extra support to complete your chosen course to ensure your participation is on the same basis as other students. These booklets will help you identify what supports you may need, who is responsible for providing them and how you can access them.

    There are eight specific resources for the most prevalent disability types accessing further education and training.