Calming your own mind this summer and fall may be challenge enough, let alone keeping your children calm as schools debate reopening. Be Alright wants to keep you connected to the many, many resources available to help families during this challenging time.
Keep your eyes open and share any other resources you find helpful, reassuring, and positive right now.
- One of those valuable resources is The Child Mind Institute in New York City. The Child Mind Institute is a non-profit committed to helping families and children live with mental health and learning disorders.Check out the Institute’s “Back to School Resources for Families and Educators” for a ton of articles, tips, well-sourced guidelines and more.
- For families with a member on the Autism Spectrum, the Autism Society has built a page full of resources and tips to navigate the Coronavirus for someone living with Autism. Topics include: Building new routines, dealing with mental health issues, staying safe, and building a social network during Covid.
- Familyeducation.com offers families with younger children a “Back to School” page with plenty of help easing anxiety as school starts up, along with printable checklists to make the transition easier. There’s even an article on healthy breakfasts kids can make themselves.