ASI 2022 Forum - Together Again: Regenerating the power of connection

ASI 2022 Forum - Together Again: Regenerating the power of connection

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Holland College

140 Weymouth Street

Charlottetown, PE C1A5T8


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ASI 2022 will bring together communities and individuals to learn, share, and foster a healthier future!

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Be part of a movement that brings together people who are capable of influencing and implementing changes at the policy and community levels! ASI 2022 aims to increase understanding of the importance of infant, child and youth mental health for the whole of society, and foster policy actions to influence upstream investment in support of mental health. The ASI 2022 Forum will be held as a hybrid event from August 22-24 in Charlottetown, PEI, streaming from the unceded ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people. Materials in French and simultaneous interpretation will be available for many presentations. A Youth Leadership Program will also be offered.

The theme for ASI 2022 will be Together Again: Regenerating the Power of Connection.

ASI 2022 aims to bring people together:

• to enhance our understanding of the importance of connections - with family, community, place, and nature - for the mental health of infants, children, youth and societal well-being;

• to develop knowledge and skills;

• to explore progress on policy actions;

• to build an action agenda; and

• to model a supportive and inclusive environment for learning and wellbeing.

We will build on our work to date, taking a whole of government, whole of society and whole of community approach to mental health promotion for children and youth. We have learned about the importance of inter-sectoral and multi-stakeholder action to address societal inequities. We have recognized the need for more coordinated and strategic planning within and between sectors - information sharing, asset mapping, and collaborative planning – to build the linkages and capacity we need to achieve positive outcomes for mental wellbeing.

Valuing interdependence and community resilience, we know that we can face the challenges of our world – promoting mental health, beating the pandemic, reducing poverty and inequities, and tackling climate change. We need to build our networks and strengthen our connections – we are all in this together!

Together we can foster policy actions that influence upstream investment in promoting well-being, resilience, and regenerating connection throughout Atlantic Canada and beyond. Come and join us - in Charlottetown on the campus of Holland College or online - to celebrate what we have done and build relationships to face our collective future together!

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