Supporting students with a mental health condition: Advice from the Glean community
To mark Mental Health Awareness month we spoke to Glean member Jennifer Loue, Coordinator of Access and Disability Resources at Butler County Community College.3 min readPublished: 15 May 2019
What have you found to be the most effective method of supporting students with a mental health condition?
What is the biggest challenge you face in supporting students with a mental health condition?
What is your view on using assistive technology for mental health support?
What would be your advice to other Higher Education professionals on mental health support for students?
What changes would you make (if any) to the way mental health is currently approached in Higher Education?
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