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World Health Organization
Help for parents to interact constructively with their children during this time of confinement.
Common Sense Media
A resource for parents and teachers. They rate apps and have guides to keeping your kids safe online and how to secure your accounts.
Children are much more likely to do what we ask if we give them positive instructions and lots of praise for what they do right.
Talk about Covid-19
Be willing to talk. Your kids will already have heard things. Silence and secrets do not protect our children. Honesty and openness do. Think about how much they will understand. You know them best.
One on One Time
School shutdown provides a chance to make better relationships with our children and teenagers.
All children misbehave. It is normal when they are tired, hungry, afraid, or learning independence.
COVID-19 has taken away our daily work, home and school routines. This is hard for children, teenagers and for you. Making new routines can help.
BridgePoint Center for Eating Disorders
BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders is a provincial resource providing recovery based programming for people who are experiencing disordered eating.