COVID-19 Resources: Supporting Children and Youth

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Young Children at Home during the COVID-19 Outbreak: The Importance of Self-Care: This resource reminds parents that it is not only OK – it is necessary – to take time out for Self-Care while sheltering-at-home with their toddler. 

Coping with the Pandemic When You are a Kid: access this resource for kid-friendly language that helps children understand about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carolina Conquers Her Corona Fears: Download this fun coloring book that depicts a young child (Carolina) navigating life in our current state of affairs.

COVID-19 Time Capsule Workbook: Download this fun activity book that helps shape a positive perspective on this time in history for children.

Coronavirus Conversation Cards – Discussion Questions for Teletherapy Covid-19: Download these conversation cards that provide children and teens helpful prompts to discuss their feelings about coronavirus related changes.  Lots of kids (and adults!) are experiencing grief right now, and these cards give them permission to name their losses and talk about their experiences. Recommended for ages 8+

Things To Do At Home: Check out this comprehensive resource developed by Family Vacation Critic providing families 26 fun activities to do at home! 

WEBINARS: COVID-19 Focused Webinars to Support Child and Youth: A number of helping organizations have quickly banded together to develop webinars to guide parents, faculty and helping professionals such as MFLCs as they navigate support for children and youth during this pandemic. Click on this link to access webinars currently available.