In How to Talk to Children and Teens about COVID-19
, pediatrician and theologian Dr. Pat Fosarelli helps parents, teachers, and caregivers have honest, compassionate conversations with children and teens about this worldwide tragedy and provide hope for a better future. With activities for helping kids of all ages--from preschoolers to teens--explore their own reactions and consider what they can do for others right now, this downloadable booklet features topics for discussion such as:
- The science behind the infection and why certain measures are recommended.
- The many different responses that children, teens, and adults might be experiencing right now, including fear, anxiety, anger, denial, loneliness, apathy, and loss of faith.
- Why bad things happen and the role God plays in tragedies.
How to Talk to Children and Teens about COVID-19 is an essential resource for all parents, teachers, and caregivers who wish to model positive behavior even in the midst of our own fear, suffering, and anxiety. Brief, authoritative, and filled with wisdom and guidance, it is available immediately for download.
Pat Fosarelli, MD, D.Min., is a pediatrician, theologian, and lay minister. Her other books include How to Talk to Children About the News and Celebrating Your Child’s First Communion.
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