This page is dedicated to providing websites, books, films, and other materials that can assist in the journey towards mental health advocacy, help and healing. Resources listed have an age-appropriate description, ranging from toddler to teen. All information posted is for educational and informational purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.
This page will be updated continuously and vetted to the best of our ability. However, The Lovey Project cannot guarantee that all resources are error-free. Links included do not mean The Lovey Project benefits, profits, or otherwise recommends these specific resources only. Please use this page as a guide to begin the journey for getting the help needed.
For All Ages:
Birth Injury Justice Center
The Birth Injury Justice Center was created as a helpful resource focused on victims of birth injuries and their families. Our mission is to provide legal information and guidance and serve all families whose lives have been affected by birth injuries.
It is not uncommon for visually impaired children to be the target of bullying and harassment. To help students and families navigate and hopefully prevent this, we recently published a free educational guide on childhood bullying for those who wear glasses. Please take a look:
For Pre-teen / Middle Grade:
For Grade School:
For Toddler / Preschool / Kindergarten:
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