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Coronavirus resources for children and families

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Helping children and young people cope with the information and changes related to the Coronavirus can be a huge challenge. From social distancing and quarantine to school closures and increased awareness of infection and hygiene – there is a lot to process for children and families.

Our experts in children’s clinical psychology, speech and language therapy, and emotional wellbeing are building a collection of accessible information resources to make this process a little easier. We will be adding to this section every week, so check back for more and keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter channels to find out what’s new.

You might also like to see the exercise and activity ideas created by our Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy team.

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