Socio-Emotional Well-Being

Check out our webinar, "Mindfulness for Families during the Pandemic," now available on demand. In this webinar, we explored the research and science of stress, resilience and coping — and explored practical strategies to help families manage anxiety, gain clarity and enjoy this time at home together. 

Some additional resources:

Talking to children about Coronovirus
Nosy Crow, a London publisher, teamed up with experts at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, to write Coronavirus: A book for children. It's free for anyone to read on screen or print out. The book answers key questions about the coronavirus in language appropriate for 5 to 9 year olds. 

Unicef has published "My Hero is You," a digital fiction book to help families understand and cope with COVID-19. The book is available in more than 50 languages. 

Helping Children Cope with Changes

NASP Resources
The National Association of School Psychlogists (NASP) has guidance and supports for families during COVID-19.

Talking with Children Tips