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Emotional and Well-Being Support

These are unusual times and things must feel strange for yourselves and your family since we are not living our lives in a 'normal' way at the moment.  See below for our Top Tips to help support you and your family during this time.  Click on the links below for further support.


  • Talk to your children and answer their questions.  Ask about what they have heard about the virus and the situation so that you can correct possible misunderstandings and reassure them.


  • Be mindful of the number of things you are reading and watching, including social media – as this may make you more worried or anxious.


  • Remember that people react differently.  Some people may feel worried, some excited, some nothing much at all.  Different reactions are normal and ok.


  • If your child seems worried, it may be good to distract themselves with something that takes their mind off their worries.  You might also want to set aside 10-15 minutes each day for them to talk about any worries, and to reassure them.


  • Remember to keep things positive and give children hope.  Tell children that many people are working to make this better and that even though it is serious, everyone is doing their best to help people.


  • Try to keep familiar routines.  Well-known routines in everyday life provide security and stability.


  • Do nice things together and keep active.  Make a plan and suggest some regular family times where you can play games, do some exercise together, or do other things that you know most of you like.  Try to find a good balance between time together, and screen time.


  • Keep in good contact with family and friends (via Facetime, Skype WhatsApp etc).  This will help children and young people connect with others and know that others are thinking about them.  It will also reassure them that others are well.


  • As a parent you may be concerned yourself.  Take care of yourself and make sure you have breaks, time to relax, and ask for help from others if you need.



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