IncludeMe makes it simple for managers to understand and take action on workplace mental health.
The training program works in landscape mode only on Samsung Galaxy S7/8 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 running Android 7.0.
IncludeMe is an interactive training app that looks like a graphic novel. The app exposes you to three workplace mental health scenarios where you get to problem solve in order to progress. IncludeMe gives you strategies when facing challenges and builds your confidence in addressing situations.
It’s 30 minutes of training that, after successful completion, earns you the IncludeMe Badge and the IncludeMe Manager's Resource Guide - a practical resource for your organization.
And there's science behind the app. It's based on Iris the Dragon’s narrative formula — a formula that has been empirically validated by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) for its effectiveness in changing attitudes towards those with mental health issues. The training is also aligned with The National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace.
Deploy IncludeMe across your organization or association as baseline training for all managers or members. It's a fast and simple way to demonstrate due diligence on the subject of workplace mental health safety.
About Iris the Dragon
We’re Iris the Dragon — mental health and training specialists with an empirically validated, narrative formula for changing attitudes (MHCC 2013), a Royal's Inspiration Award in 2016, and over 4 million readers of our eBooks. Our mission is centered on helping to achieve good mental health at school, at work, and in our communities.
About the ESDC
IncludeMe was funded by the Government of Canada's Social Development Projects for People with Disabilities program. The SDPP-D program supports projects intended to improve the participation and integration of people with disabilities in all aspects of Canadian society. More specifically, the program supports not-for-profit organizations across Canada in tackling barriers faced by people with disabilities with respect to social inclusion.