Clear guidance has been provided by the NHS to help parents to decide if they need to ask for help and, if so, who they should call.
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The Mental Health Foundation have provided a useful guide to help you to look after your mental health during the Coronavirus pandemic.
They have also produced a helpful guide on how to share the scary news of Coronavirus with your child. https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/sites/default/files/talking-to-your-children-scary-world-news.pdf
The guidance focuses on managing your mental health, working from home and keeping well whilst in self-isolation.
|The Autism Educator has provided a helpful little story book that you can share with your child to aid their understanding of the Coronavirus, to reduce anxiety and to prepare them for a positive return to school.|
|Bolsover District Council have put together a list of really useful contacts to help residents through the difficult times ahead. The information includes a wide range of contacts from Food Banks to learning resources.|
Having a 'Growth Mindset' means that you make a conscious decision to have a positive outlook on things. Instead of worrying about the bad things in life, you focus on how you can improve them.
The whole world is currently going through a very difficult and stressful time. Throughout this pandemic we can use our Growth Mindset way of thinking to help us through.