Prioritizing Your Child’s Mental Health During a Quarantine
by Guest Author
Elaine Lipworth, a content writer at Thrive Global shares ideas on sheltering at home with children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the article titled, How to Help Minimize Stress for Your Kids During the Pandemic, Elaine shares seven tips for parents to help manage and diminish stress for their families and help their kids thrive in challenging situations such as this.
While sheltering at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, the best way to protect your family’s health and safety is by practicing good hygiene, taking preventive measures such as social distancing, prioritizing immunity, both through healthy food and movement, and by proactively protecting the mental well-being of you and your children.Exerpt from How to Help Minimize Stress for Your Kids During the Pandemic
PNI’s Brain Health specialists understand how important it is to be proactive about minimizing stress for families and children to maintain a healthy mental well-being.
Science has shown that both parents and children are vulnerable to psychiatric distress at times like this.San Diego-based psychologist Sarah McEwen, PhD, Director of Research and Programming at the Pacific Brain Health Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute
Last updated: May 11th, 2020