The past few months have been hard on everyone, and parents will have noticed the impact this has had on their children as well. For many, half term has come as a welcome break.
With the return to schools and colleges approaching, and cases of Covid-19 rising, it is understandable that some children might be feeling worried or anxious.
There are lots of things parents and carers can do to support their kids at this time. Find what’s right for your children – whether it’s listening to them talk about the challenges they’re facing, or helping them develop skills to cope with their emotions.
The BJA has published a list of useful resources to help support mental wellbeing.
The NHS offers some simple steps you can take to look after your children’s mental wellbeing.
Remember, it is OK to not be OK.