Psychosocial support for adolescent children at social assistance facilities during COVID-19 epidemic
For employees in social assistance facilities
Things to know about taking care of yourself in COVID-19 epidemic
Things to know about taking care of yourself in the facility Isolation
Guidelines for staff and personnel in quarantine centers
What you need to know for psychosocial support for young children living in social assistance facilities during COVID-19 epidemic
Outbreaks of COVID-19 can present a challenge for children, especially adolescents living in social assistance facilities. They may feel anxious about the effects a pandemic can have on their own lives, and the disruption of daily routine can negatively impact their psychological health. children.
TEENAGERS MAY HAVE FEELINGS AND RESPONSE::
THINGS TO DO:
Help your child maintain a daily routine or help them create new activity schedules suitable for circumstances including study, play and relaxation.
Create conditions for children to stay connected with family or relatives (if any)
Take measures to meet the needs of special groups of children, such as children with disabilities.
Identify the child shows signs of stress or has recently experienced psychological loss or trauma. If you feel your child can engage in any dangerous behavior, talk to your child about seeking professional help.
IF A CHILD IS A SERIOUS PROBLEM OF FEELING AND STAFF, FIND HELP BY:
* Call the National Child Protection Call Center 111 (available 24/7) or
* Call the Center for Women and Development Hotline
0946.833.380/ 0946.833.382/ 0946.833.384