Focussing on children and young people's mental health


Supporting children and young people through the coronavirus pandemic

Like the rest of the world, Place2Be has adapted as coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts society and everyday lives.

With school closures and lots of uncertainty, they’re working hard to ensure support for as many children, young people and families as possible during this unsettling time. Visit the website here for tips, advice, and updates on how to access Place2Be's services.

Children and young people need our emotional support now more than ever.

Useful links

Place2Be's wellbeing activities for families

Ideas to help you start conversations with your child, keep them entertained and inspired, and encourage you to enjoy quality time together as a family. All of which are important for your wellbeing.

NHS Every Mind Matters

Useful tips to support children and young people who may be struggling with the coronavirus outbreak -from feelings of isolation being away from their friends to worries about getting the virus.

NSPCC

Whether you're working from home with your kids or supporting children with anxiety due to coronavirus, the NSPCC has useful tips and advice for you and your child.

Young Minds

Tips and advice on how and where to get support for your child's mental health during lockdown - from home-schooling advice to help for older children who may be struggling with exams or uni.

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