It's that time of year, again! Although, this September's return to education may look a little different to some and with this, the general buzz of excitement in the air to rejoin peers in the school yard and classroom is not necessarily being felt by all. Understandably so.
In recognizing this, the National Association of School Psychologists has produced an article and collection of resources in attempts to ease students through this transition time - even make it the enjoyable and stimulating tradition it has been remembered as.
From tips on how to speak to your child about COVID-19 and soothe anxiety around their return to school, to at home strategies and hygiene practice, "Helping Children Cope With Changes Resulting From COVID-19" provides a mini guide to prepare both parents and students alike for the coming scholastic year.