Anna Freud Centre’s Mentally Healthy Schoolsrebuild-and-recover-anxiety-tools-for-parents
Free NHS Talking Therapies SupportTalking-Therapies-Stress-Less
Bracknell Forest Social Prescribing Service
We support people by telephone (01344 352000), utilising therapeutic approaches be it actively listening and unpicking what their main worries may be and offering coping mechanisms. We help them stay connected, offer peer support, signpost to community assets and support with practical issues including access to online resources and to identify and explore home-based activities and goal setting.
The service is currently available to any Bracknell Forest resident, aged 18 or over.
Get Your Mind Plan from the NHS
8 ways to help children struggling during lockdown
Relax Kids Support in Lockdown
All our trainings are now online and people are really enjoying using lockdown to re-train. Here are details if you have been thinking about taking the Relax Kids training online and would like to know more. https://www.relaxkids.com/online-training.aspx
Download your own copy of the Relax Kids calm pack (below) by scrolling to the bottom of this page.Relax-Kids-calm-pack-free
School Nurse: Call us on 0300 365 0010
The school nursing advice line has a new number!
Your School Nursing service is aware that the Coronavirus pandemic continues to be a difficult and worrying time for everyone and during this time there have been additional pressures on children, families and young people. We are here to help with advice and support regarding physical or emotional concerns.
The School Nursing advice line is available to support children, young people and their families who live in West Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell; it is an easy way to reach us, is available Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm and can give you the advice and support you need.
NHS Berkshire Healthcare Children, Young People and Families Service
Coronavirus – National Autistic Society
Sleep Advice Service – Cerebra
Living with worry and anxiety amid global uncertainty – Psychology Tools Ltdguide_to_living_with_worry_and_anxiety_amidst_global_uncertainty_en-gb
Coronavirus and your wellbeing – Mind
Advice for parents from CUES EdCUES-Ed-Advice-for-parents
Open document in PDF reader in order to access the hyperlinks on the last pages.
When someone you know dies, the grief that follows can be extremely painful. This short (2min 20s) video won’t take that pain away, but clinician David Trickey from the Anna Freud Centre has some ideas which might help you get through it.
- Help! I need somebody. Help me get my feet back on the ground.
- Let it be.
- In my life.
- Hello, Goodbye! You say goodbye, I say hello!
Cognitive Load Theory: Explaining our fight for focus (BBC 13/11/2020)
How to parent through a pandemic- The Guardian
‘We need to show children we can survive’: how to parent through a pandemic
There is much you can do to make your children (and yourself) more resilient for the long haul. Experts share their advice for all ages – Joanna Moorhead Sat 15 Aug 2020
How kids are coping with lockdown – New Scientist 18 July 202020200718-New-Scientist-How-kids-are-coping-in-lockdown-p10
Preparing Your Child for the First Day Back in School
TURNAROUND FOR CHILDREN
Linking neuroscience and learning….
Education Endowment Foundation – resources to share with parents on how to support home routines
- Keep calm
- Stay wise
- Be kind
NSPCC Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and support for parents and carers
Whether you’re working from home with your kids for the first time or supporting children with anxiety due to coronavirus, we’ve got tips and advice for you.
10 tips for resilience whilst at homeresilience_at_home_completed-1
Supporting children and young
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This 11-page document contains lots of useful hyperlinks, but you need to download it in order to be able to click on them.AnDy-Clinic-COVID19_advice-for-parents-and-carers-002-2
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