The State of Student Mental Health
A major survey of 25,164 Ontario university students by the American College Health Association showed that between 2013 and 2016, there was a 50% increase in anxiety, a 47% increase in depression and an 86% increase in substance abuse. Suicide attempts also rose 47% during that period.
Academic “accommodations” (special arrangements for students with mental health issues allowing for added time to complete assignments and exams) have also been rising — 143% at the University of Toronto, since 2009.
How Kalari Can Help
Resilience helps us cope with and recover from difficulties or change. Kalari provides educators with additional tools and resources to support staff and students with solutions that enhance, rather than replace, existing services like EAP's or in-person counselling.
Our three-step approach:
Kalari uses clinical tools and machine learning to help organizations better deploy resources.
Kalari uses data collected to create personalized plans that are private and confidential.
Our platform and workbooks provide unlimited, 24/7 access to evidence-based programs accessible to anyone, anywhere. Learn from a diverse group of subject experts ranging from medical doctors to Olympic athletes.