As a parent, you’ve already got so much to worry about – even without the coronavirus pandemic weighing on your heart and mind. And now, in this season of restrictions and isolation, there is even more to think about.
How might this strange, new reality be affecting your child?
Anglicare’s Family & Life Skills Educator, Steve Dinning, has some simple and practical tips to help you manage your child’s anxiety during this coronavirus pandemic – from listening deeply to what they are telling you, to understanding your ‘circle of control’ and maintaining family routine and fun. We also have links to other helpful resources and contacts to support you through this time.
Simple, practical tips to help you manage your anxiety during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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