Youth Connect 5 is a free 5-week course for parents/carers of children and young people which aims to improve understanding of mental well-being. We look at how our behaviour is linked to how we feel and how to build resilience and communication within the family.
The next course will be run online, via Zoom (link emailed after booking).
Tuesdays 10am – 12pm (drop-in sessions between 12pm & 1pm).
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Click on the image for an excellent NHS resource for parents/carers.
It addresses information on coronavirus worries, how to sleep better, looking after children and young people, working from home, mental wellbeing while staying at home and what to do if you feel lonely.
This site has a number of articles for parents and carers to help children who may be anxious during the coronavirus pandemic. Click the green button or image.
Action for Happiness is a movement of people committed to building a happier and more caring society, where people care less about what they can get just for themselves and more about the happiness of others. Their monthly calendars are packed with actions you can take to help create a happier and kinder world. Download them below.
Liverpool CAMHS aim to promote the mental health, emotional and wellbeing of all children, young people and their families/carers. Click on the logo above to access a range of useful websites and apps, and to find out more. As part of the Liverpool Whole School Approach to Mental Health, LIverpool CAMHS have put together a collection of resources that will help you to support children and young people during social distancing. They have only provided links to sources they think are appropriate and suitable, but we do recommend parents/carers check any resource is suitable for their child before leaving them alone with it. The school have not checked the links. Click the green button.
Written by a primary school teacher, Mr Forde, Parsley Mimblewood is a home-schooled kid who sees herself as something of an expert on “How to NOT go to School”. The story follows her daily whimsical adventures along with her 11 animals and 7 imaginary friends. Each chapter explores an issue that might be weighing on children’s minds at the moment such as missing friends, dealing with emotions and feeling cooped up.
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There is an option to donate to NHS Charities Together.
This is a very good picture book that explains that we all worry about different things, including the pandemic. Especially for the younger members of our Great Crosby family.