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ACHWM

Aaniish Naa Gegii: the Children's Health and Well-being Measure

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Welcome to the ACHWM!

The ACHWM © empowers local services to effectively measure and respond to Indigenous children’s wellness by collaboratively creating and sharing culturally-relevant and accessible resources.

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The ACHWM Team sees a future where local services have the resources to listen and respond to the voices of Indigenous children to support their wellness. The video below illustrates our journey from the creation of the ACHWM to its use today.

How can the ACHWM support your community?

Measure Wellness

Communities and organizations use the ACHWM to measure First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children’s health and well-being. [Click here](http://www.achwm.ca/measure-wellness) to learn more about the wellness measurement.

Wellness Resources

Access program reviews, activity sheets, facilitator guides, and other resources designed for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children. [Click here](https://achwm.ca/wellness-resources) to learn more about wellness resources.

How do you say “How are you”?

We say "ëdlanët’ë".

Dene

Child and Youth Hub

Are you under 18? [Click here](https://achwm.ca/parents-and-children/child-and-youth-hub) for resources to support your health and wellness.

Parent and Guardian Hub

Are you a parent, guardian, or caretaker? [Click here](https://achwm.ca/parents-and-children/parent-and-guardian-hub) for resources designed to support you.

How do you say "How are you"?

We say "Aaniish Naa Gegii"!

Anishnaabemowin, North Eastern Ontario dialect

What the Children Say

I liked the survey, the actual typing and touching on the tablet. I liked how it asked questions about being active.

It was fun to do.

I liked that it was on a tablet. That was neat. It was really simple to do.

I liked it because it was on a tablet.

It helped me to think about me.

It was nice and centered.

Indigenous children's health is about...

Language

Indigenous children's health is about...

Choosing the right path

Indigenous children's health is about...

Balance

Indigenous children's health is about...

Culturally appropriate tools and practices

Indigenous children's health is about...

Giving a voice to Indigenous children and youth

Indigenous children's health is about...

Giving a voice to Indigenous children and youth

How do you say “How are you”?

We say "Qanuippit"!

Inuktitut

Thank you to our funders.

This website site is supported by the I aM Well grant from CIHR Pathways and AMS/OSSU.

[Click here](https://achwm.ca/research/grants) to learn more about our grants.

Thank you to our funders.

This website site is supported by the I aM Well grant from CIHR Pathways and AMS/OSSU.

[Click here](https://achwm.ca/research/grants) to learn more about our grants.