The following resources may be helpful in explaining and supporting your child's concerns and worries during this unsettling period of time.
This is a new experience for all of us, and it is important that we share our feelings and talk to each other . These resources may support you and your child with this and also gives some additional ideas for children who have Additional Learning Needs.
There is a new Parent's guide from Flintshire County Council here too.
Files to Download
Resources for parents of children with additional needs during the COVID 19 outbreak How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis by Dr Russ Harris, author of The Happiness Trap Young Person's survival pack Psychological Support for Children Coping with COVID-19 - created by CAMHS Wellbeing Resource Pack For Parents and Carers Mental Health APPs Young People’s Wellbeing Resource Pack Supporting Children with ASD My Mindfulness Menu Friends Booklet - Our children may be missing their friends right now. This booklet can help you to talk and think about them. 20 relaxation activities for Children Free book to help explain Coronavirus to Children aimed at 5 - 9 year olds and illustrated by Axel Scheffler Breathe is essential to composure and self-regulation. ... Three deep belly breaths disengages the stress response. 14 day photo challenge NHS colouring poster 1 NHS colouring poster 3 NHS colouring poster 2 Guidance for Parents booklet from FCC I have a brother or sister with ASD Don't worry little bear - a story to help explain coronavirus ASD - My Brother is different Mindful Monster activity cards Relax tips and worksheet Children with ASD a booklet for siblings NHS thank you certificate Wellbeing and mental health during Covid-19: A guide to looking after yourself and others Be kind to yourself booklet and 5 days of activities Rainbow emotion and mood tracker My 2020 Review My hero is you - a story of how children can fight covid 19 Stories that Never Stand Still - Coping with ADHD Coming Back to a Bubble - a lovely story Meditation and Exercise from i-moves.com 5 Ways to Wellbeing in Isolation