FACE COVID for parents and children – a 10 minute narrated presentation for parents and children of a framework for managing stress, anxiety and uncertainty during this period
Supporting young peoples mental health This guidance was created on 17th March. Since then Government guidelines around self-isolating has changed. We encourage young people and their families to stay in touch with their friends and relatives remotely via apps and social media and not to meet face-to-face.
YoungMindsIf your child is worried or anxious about coronavirus, here’s our Parents Helpline experts’ advice on what you can do.
Childrens Commissioner Coronavirus, children and you Advice, information, suggestions, answers and resources to help during the pandemic
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