Parents and Teachers as stakeholders in Children’s Mental Health

Parents and Teachers as stakeholders in Children’s Mental Health

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a significant amount of attention on our mental health.  This mass quarantine and isolation have caused widespread fears and concerns among societies and affected people’s mental health, especially the at-risk population, including children.
While we can agree that staying home and self-quarantining are essential to prevent the spread of COVID-19, doing so has several negative impacts, especially on children. To lessen these effects on children, the government, NGOs, the community, school and parents need to understand the downside of long quarantines so they can address these issues more effectively.
Also, Starting school or starting a new school year can be stressful at the best of times, let alone during a global pandemic.
Please join us on Saturday (11th July, 2020) as we talk about how parents can help their children navigate their feelings during this pandemic and school reopening.

Published by Ezar

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