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Here are the resources we found for punjabi for parents and families:

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Mental Health in the Punjabi-Speaking Community

The theme for the latest episode of the HeadStart podcast is mental health in the Punjabi-speaking community. The session was very well attended, and supported community members in their understanding of emotional well-being and mental health issues, and highlighted the support available through HeadStart to parents, carers and young people.

Mental health in the Punjabi community with Shuranjeet Singh, Taraki.uk

In this episode of the HeadStart podcast, HeadStart speak to Shuranjeet Singh. Shuranjeet is a mental health advocate and campaigner, and the founder of Taraki, a service which works with the Punjabi community, and especially with men in that community, to break down the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and to put members of the that community in touch with the support they need.

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Supporting Young People Online: Information and Advice for Parents and Carers (Punjabi)

This downloadable resource is free for parents and carers and aims to educate them on how to make sure their children and young people are safe online. This resource is in Punjabi to enable parents to understand online safety. It splits up potential online risks into four categories; conduct, content, contact and commercialism. It gives potential conversation starters for talking to young people about their internet use. Following this is advice about what you can do right now, and SMART rules for young children with an alternative five tips for teens.

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Mental Health in the Punjabi-Speaking Community

The theme for the latest episode of the HeadStart podcast is mental health in the Punjabi-speaking community. The session was very well attended, and supported community members in their understanding of emotional well-being and mental health issues, and highlighted the support available through HeadStart to parents, carers and young people.

Mental health in the Punjabi community with Shuranjeet Singh, Taraki.uk

In this episode of the HeadStart podcast, HeadStart speak to Shuranjeet Singh. Shuranjeet is a mental health advocate and campaigner, and the founder of Taraki, a service which works with the Punjabi community, and especially with men in that community, to break down the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and to put members of the that community in touch with the support they need.

Audio

Mental Health in the Punjabi-Speaking Community

The theme for the latest episode of the HeadStart podcast is mental health in the Punjabi-speaking community. The session was very well attended, and supported community members in their understanding of emotional well-being and mental health issues, and highlighted the support available through HeadStart to parents, carers and young people.

Mental health in the Punjabi community with Shuranjeet Singh, Taraki.uk

In this episode of the HeadStart podcast, HeadStart speak to Shuranjeet Singh. Shuranjeet is a mental health advocate and campaigner, and the founder of Taraki, a service which works with the Punjabi community, and especially with men in that community, to break down the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and to put members of the that community in touch with the support they need.

Download

Supporting Young People Online: Information and Advice for Parents and Carers (Punjabi)

This downloadable resource is free for parents and carers and aims to educate them on how to make sure their children and young people are safe online. This resource is in Punjabi to enable parents to understand online safety. It splits up potential online risks into four categories; conduct, content, contact and commercialism. It gives potential conversation starters for talking to young people about their internet use. Following this is advice about what you can do right now, and SMART rules for young children with an alternative five tips for teens.