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Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers

Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers

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Helps parents and teachers recognize common reactions children of different age groups (preschool and early childhood to adolescence) experience after a disaster or traumatic event. Offers tips for how to respond in a helpful way and when to seek support.



Pub id: SMA12-4732
Publication Date: 11/2012
Popularity: 382
Format: Fact Sheet
Audience: Parents & Caregivers, Educators, Child Care Providers
Population Group: Trauma Survivors, Adolescents as Population Group, Children as Population Group

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11/09/2012 12:08 AM

A professional from a School/University said:

I think it's helpful info for children who have been traumatized from the effects of Hurricane Sandy

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11/29/2012 6:15 PM

A professional from a Other said:

This publication has a rich treasure trove of information. I use it to improve my skills as a licensed social worker and CASAC. Though retired I remain interested in staying abreast of current information.

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12/19/2012 11:15 AM

A Family Member/Friend of Someone Needing Help said:

This is a very well-written fact sheet and extremely helpful to me as a parent of a young child, to help me understand how to approach a very tender subject.

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12/24/2012 2:59 AM

A professional from a Individual/Group Practice said:

Excellent and informative...

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01/12/2013 10:41 AM

A Family Member/Friend of Someone Needing Help said:

It sounds like you have some good publications for young children. My 2 grandsons moved in with me around 5 years ago one is 7 now and one 10 . some very close to them was murdered in a cruel way and has affected us all but I am concerned with helping them to deal with this. [Portions of this comment containing customer service inquiries have been redacted. Customers with questions about inventory availability, specific orders, or website technical questions are encouraged to visit our SAMHSA Store Help page at store.samhsa.gov/pages/help.]

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03/02/2013 8:09 PM

A professional from a School/University said:

These publications are amazing. They are clear and simple to use