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Coronavirus Support MaterialHe Ara Hauora: Ka Anga Whakamua Pathway towards wellbeing: Going forward A guide for Early Learning Centres and Schools: Recovering Well from Covid-19 Pandemic May 2020. Prepared by psychologists from Ministry of Education, Learning Support Auckland. Click here for guidance for returning: Toddlers and Young Children Primary School Intermediate School Secondary School Real-time Resilience Strategies We have entered challenging times requiring us all to consider how our thoughts and actions might help or hinder our own resilience and that of those around us. Click here for a very good article by Dr Lucy Hone and Dr Denise Quinlan with some very practical real-time strategies coping with Coronavirus. Click here for our webinar 'Real-time Resilience: Supporting Young People with Dr Emma Woodward and Dr Denise Quinlan' which offers advice on how to prepare children and young people for Level 4 self-isolation. "No Drama Llama" With ongoing uncertainity around COVID-19, and the moving between Alert Levels, some of our tamariki may be a little anxious. "No Drama Llama" is a wonderful social story written by Mel Churton (Registered Psychologist) called which may be helpful resource. Click here to download. Stay safe, from all of us here in Cluster 4.
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