We know this is a difficult time for everyone. We hope you find the resources below helpful to you. If you have a great resource to share, please let us know. Also, remember that our Friday emails will contain great articles and resources, too!
The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) has a page that is devoted to COVID-19 Resources. Click here to access that information.
The Center for Disease Control has detailed information on schools and dealing with COVID-19. Click here to find that information.
The Kentucky Department of Education has developed a page devoted to updated information on COVID-19. Click here to access that information.
Health and Wellness in the Wake of COVID-19
The University of Kentucky Center on Trauma and Children through a SAMHSA grant to the Department for Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities has developed podcasts. These resources are intended for families. Please feel free to forward the link below to any family or consumer groups associated with your work as an educator, and to other groups that might find this helpful.
Season 2, Episode 22: Mental Focusing During Times of Stress
Season 2, Episode 25: Using Poetry to Cultivate Perspective
Season 2, Episode 29: Using Co-Regulation to Help Young Children Cope with COVID Stress
Resource for Children of Addicted Parents from the Boca Recovery Center
The Boca Recovery Cente has put together a very helpful quide to support chidren of addicted parents. The guide includes important information like breaking the stigma, finding help outside of the home, talking with the parent, and more. Please take a look here: bocarecoverycenter.com/addiction/guide-for-children-of-addicted-parents/
Here is a website that contains great information on establishing a Trauma Informed Schools. Click Trauma Informed Schools,
Click for a planning guide to develop an action plan around leading a Trauma Sensitive School.
Click here for a thoughtful reflection on leading trauma sensitive schools.
Great people/organizations to follow on Twitter on this topic:
Bryan Pearlman @DrP_Principal
Trauma Aware Schools @TraumaAware
National Child Traumatic Stress Network @nctsn
Trauma Sensitive Teaching @TSTeaching
Trauma Informed Schools @schools_trauma
Grant Opportunities for Schools:
Click for GrantWatch opportunities.
Click for US Department of Education opportunities.
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