Wellness for Children Initiative
TREND 1: Food and Mental Health
TREND 2: Integrating Retained Primitive Reflexes
TREND 3: Mental Health Literacy in Schools
TREND 4: Investing in the Arts
TREND 5: Getting Creative with Teacher Shortages
TREND 6: Implementing the School-based Wellness Initiative
TREND 7: School & Family Partnerships Promote Wellness
TREND 8: Limits on Screen Time
TREND 9: Corporations Jumping in to Support Children’s Mental Health Crisis
TREND 1: Teachers Leaving the WorkForce
TREND 2: Mindfulness Programming in Schools
TREND 3: Personalized Learning
TREND 4: Trauma-Informed Practices
TREND 5: Bite-Sized Learning
TREND 1: Increased interest from parents in their children’s curriculum at school following lockdown.
TREND 2: Teenagers using apps to support their wellbeing, from sleep to breathwork.
TREND 3: Generational health—grandparents and their grandchildren engaging in wellness activities together.
TREND 4: Mental health being front and center in schools with more support for younger children.
TREND 5: Nutrition in schools improves as science supports the efforts.
TREND 1: Children’s mental health and wellness
TREND 2: Family wellness retreats or wellness vacations
TREND 3: Generational Wellness
TREND 4: Children and their environment
TREND 5: Genetic testing for food
TREND 6: Back to basic connections, playful learning and team learning
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