Social Emotional and Physical Well Being Toolkit


The Supports for Student Success Toolkit has been developed by the Wellness, Resiliency and Partnerships (WRaP) Project as a guide for educators supporting students suspected of living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).

Supports for students are most effective when they are relationally-based. Relationally-based support is a universal strategy that benefits all children and youth, especially those living with FASD. Encouraging and supportive relationships with teachers and mentors in the school environment contribute to a positive school experiences for students living with FASD. Supporting students with FASD begins with an understanding FASD as a brain-based disability and a medical diagnosis, which ultimately informs the strategies for successful interventions.

In this toolkit, educators and administrators will learn tips, ideas and strategies to support student success and encouraging social, emotional and physical well-being.

Circle of Courage – Dr. Martin Brokenleg
Learn about Dr. Brokenleg’s “Circle of Courage” and the importance of belonging, mastery, independence and generosity:

Alberta Mentoring Partnership
Learn more about mentoring programs for youth and access toolkits for peer mentorship programs in your school: