With schools closed and many parents working from home without childcare for the foreseeable future, it’s hard not to start spiraling. These are trying times, but incorporating mindful practices into your daily routine can help calm anxiety and build healthy coping skills.
Having teenagers confined to home during the coronavirus crisis may not be as labor-intensive as being holed up with small children, but it definitely has its challenges.Here are some tips for parenting teenagers (and young adults suddenly home from college) during this time.
As schools close and workplaces go remote to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, parents everywhere are struggling to keep children healthy and occupied. Here are a list of strategies to use at home to help calm fears, manage stress and keep the peace.
Students with ADHD may need extra structure and support to manage attention and behavior challenges and keep on track with learning in this challenging situation. Attached is an article of suggestions to use with students with ADHD.
During a time of stress, it is important to practice self-care as a parent. Below is an article on how to practice self-care as you are caring for your kids at home.