The Terrorism and Disaster Coalition for Child and Family Resilience has collected the following resources to guide parents, caregivers, and other adults in how to assist children and families when facing isolation or other issues related to the COVID-19 / Coronavirus.
Additional updates can be found on our Coalition Facebook
Last Updated: 09/27/2021
- At-Home Activity Guide (Zero to Three)- A list of ideas to promote healthly and happy play even when kids are at home.
- Supporting Children and Adolescents Isolated Due to COVID-19 (LSUHSC)
- Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with the Coronavirus (NCTSN)
- 10 Considerations For Mental Health Professionals Helping in Schools Following The Covid-19 Pandemic (LSUHSC)
Talking to and Supporting Young Children:
- Advice for Parents of Young Children (LSUHSC)
- Answering Your Young Child's Questions About Coronavirus (Zero to Three)
- Caring for Each Other (Sesame Street)
- Helping Children With Traumatic Separation or Traumatic Grief Related to COVID-19
- Just for Kids: A Comic Exploring the New Coronavirus (NPR)
The Following Resources were Created by TDC4 Northeast Coalition Members at Montclair
Supporting Children with Intellectual or Other Developmental Disabilities
- COVID-19 Resources for Parents of Children with Intellectual or Other Developmental Disabilities (Northwell Health)
Guides & Other Links:
- Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress - The Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress has put together a large list of resources
related to infectious disease outbreaks.
- Guidance for Schools (CDC)
- Myth-Busters (WHO)
- Tips for Families: Coronavirus (Zero to Three)