The Center for Community Health and Wellness at Lowell General Hospital is offering the on-line course: “Understanding Key Warning Signs of Early On-Set Mental Illness in Children and Adolescents.”

Successful completion of this course and assessment provides an understanding of key warning signs for early-onset mental health disorders in children and adolescents.   Topics include student mental health overview, key warning signs of mental health disorders, special considerations, strategies to improve student learning, information about common mental health disorders, and resources.

Excellent for educators of K-12 and those who work with children and adolescents. Assessment scores of 70% and above automatically generate a Certificate of Learning that can be printed.

Educators should review school district policies for credit request process and relicensure policy. Continuing education credit valuation is the final decision of the school district, continuing education committee or other relevant authority. We do not guarantee acceptance by your school district.

Estimated program length : 2 Hour(s). Fee: $25. For more information about this and other courses please visit www.lowellgeneral.org/health or call an advisor 24/7 at 1-877-LGH-WELL (544-9355).