The more parents we talk to, the more we realize how complicated it is to parent through this pandemic. While most parents have some similar struggles like adjusting to homeschooling, cancellations of activities and sports and being isolated.
What we have found in our conversations with parents is that each family has its own set of unique struggles. Think about those parents who are trying to deal with the typical battles but also have to manage their child’s special needs, anxiety, health conditions, and so many other unique circumstances.
Over the past few weeks, we have created resources to help parents get through this challenging time in history. Here are some we want to share with you.
#1: Homeschooling Weekday Calendar
In order to help families create a predictable, consistent and secure environment we created a calendar for teens and tweens. While every family is functioning a little different some are finding peace in having a schedule.
#2: Self-Care Toolkit for Teens and Adults
Many parents feel helpless to help their teens and other people they love deal with the emotional burden of the current uncertainty. The self-care toolkit is a perfect way to support someone you love and help them deal with the fear, worry and anxiety.
#3: Resility Digital Coaching Program
Another way to support someone you love manage the pressure of so much change in our world is day-to-day support and coaching. Our digital coaching program provides customized content, stress tracking and coaching through text or chat.
#4: Parent Resource Guide for Dealing with Social Isolation
Our parent resource guide gives parents information and programs to help do everything from stay on top of schoolwork to developing new skills during this time of quarantine.
#5: Free Program To Help Families Deal with the Coronavirus
As soon as we heard that families nationwide would be asked to drastically change their way of life we knew that we needed to help. We are now offering our digital program for free to families to help get through this trying time. Simply download the app and you will gain access to the free program.
#6: Guide for Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus
Knowing what to say and what not to say can be very tricky. There is no roadmap for how these conversations should go. That’s why we created a guide with 5 things parents can do and say to help their kids deal with the stress of the Coronavirus outbreak.