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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Helping Children Cope After A Disaster

Because of the stress on the teachers I speak to, I finally figured out that the kids are having a hard time too - even if just because the teachers are having a hard time, not even taking into consideration what the kids are coping with outside of school.

So here are some links I found that are GREAT for helping families and teachers and kids cope with everything that has happened to them these last 6 months.

http://childadvocate.net/disasterbooklet.pdf
Very great booklet you can DL and print out for yourself. Free.

http://www.preparerespondrecover.com/childrensneeds/
An article on the needs of a child in distress - chronic or acute stress.

I will continue looking, but these are the best for general purposes....
Professional articles are also available, but I know how eyes can glaze over with those!

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