5 Ways Kids Can Help Slow the Spread of COVID19

COVID-19: 5 Ways Kids Can Help Slow the Spread

Here's a helpful infographic that provides kids an easy way to understand how they can help out in the efforts to "flatten the curve" and "slow the spread".  I helped develop this through the local health department that contracts my services in the schools. Our plan is to have more infographics to follow.

Being Proactive

In times like these, when so many things are uncertain, it's important to have something on which we can focus that is proactive and contributes to the health of our communities. We all need to do our share, and it is helpful for us to feel we are making a contribution. The same is true for kids.  

More to Come

Things are busy in the office, as we transition to provision of services via a telemedicine model and revamp and rethink how to best meet the needs of the children, teens and families in our community. 

We'll be adding support resources here, as we can. If you aren't already, and would like to be notified when new resources become available, join the Kidlutions family by signing up for our newsletter HERE. The link will take you to our "Anger Toolbox for Kids" sign-up page. Signing up there will give you access to our free downloads and MP3, as well as give you ongoing access to our upcoming resources and downloads. As always, it is free, and you may unsubscribe at any time. 

Stay home and stay healthy,

Wendy Young, LMSW, BCD, is  the founder of Kidlutions and co-author of BLOOM: 50 Things to Say, Think and Do with Anxious, Angry and Over-the-Top Kids, co-creator of BLOOM Brainsmarts, and creator of The Joyful Parent. She is the author of numerous workbooks and resources to help from the preschool through the teen years. 

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