Helping Ontario's colleges and universities enhance capacity to support student mental health and well-being

Peer Support & Mentoring

Supporting Students on the Autism Spectrum: Student mentor guidelines

This guide has been made for any university employing or training its own student mentors, or considering doing so. Readers may reproduce the guidelines, or relevant sections, as long as they acknowledge the source.

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A Mentoring Program for Students with Aspergers and ASDs

Along with the .pdf document, click HERE to read an article in the Toronto Star about the Autism Project.

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The M2 Peer Mentoring Program

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities has provided funding to researchers at Queen’s University to develop and pilot test a peer mentoring program geared to students with mental health problems. The M2 Peer Mentoring Program matches upper year students (mentors) with students...

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Guidelines for the Practice and Training of Peer Support

The Guidelines for the Practice and Training of Peer Support are intended to encourage the development of more peer support capacity in Canada and strengthen existing peer support initiatives. These Guidelines were developed in collaboration with peer support workers across the country. The...

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