COVID-19 PRE AND POST EDUCATIONAL PLAN by SOLVECASTERS

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School Counselors Predict How COVID-19 Will Change Our Kids

Oglesby is concerned that they will carry some of that anxiety moving forward.
“Middle, high school definitely and even college-age kids are living through an enormous amount of sudden change and unpredictable change that leaves people just generally anxious,” Oglesby said. “They’re kind of waiting for the other shoe to drop — and I’m nervous that this will affect their ability to just be in the moment and enjoy life as it is and not feel like you have to worry about, you know the power grid going out.”
Fortunately, simply talking to children about what uncertainty is and what it feels like can help them learn to manage it. And now is a good time to help children develop coping skills to manage uncertainty in our current crisis and moving forward.


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