Resources Tagged With 'Kids'
Recognizing and Responding to Bullying

Is your child being bullied? What exactly is bullying and how can I stop it? Find out the answers to these questions and more!

Parent And Child For Parents Parent Child Resources Kids Families and Friends For Children Bully bullying
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Recognizing the Impact of Childhood Trauma

Inadequate or incomplete achievement of developmental tasks often occurs in the wake of trauma. This is true for the burn injured child as well as siblings of the child who suffered the burn.

Getting Back to Life Professionals For Parents Resources Parent Child Resources Parent And Child Kids
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Supporting Children in Reconnecting With Parents and Siblings Changed by Burn Trauma

Trauma can derail families and challenge their most basic sense of safety in the world. Both children and parents may feel the psychological and emotional effects of trauma for months or even years after the trauma occurs. When a parent or sibling is physically and emotionally changed by traumatic injury, such as burn injury, children need appropriate assistance in confronting and accepting these changes so that they can adjust and move on with their family.

Wellness Parent And Child Getting Back to Life Parent Child Resources Grief and Trauma Trauma For Parents Kids Siblings
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The Journey Back— Because School Reentry Is a Big Deal

School reentry is a big deal. Children and teens spend a large amount of their time in school. School is a complex place where they not only learn academics, but they learn how to participate in the world socially. It is an environment where wonderful, positive things can happen to build self-esteem, foster creativity, and instill a positive sense of self; or it can be a place where self-image is crushed and feelings of isolation grow.

Wellness For Parents Parent And Child For Children Getting Back to Life The Journey Back Journey Back Kids Parent Child Resources School Reentry Going Back to School
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Trauma Sensitive Schools

Interacting with peers is one of the most important steps to recovery after trauma, but many families struggle with anxiety and apprehension about this crucial time. As parents, there a few things we can do to ensure the school year begins on a positive note.

Getting Back to Life Parent And Child Parent Child Resources Professionals For Parents Families and Friends Kids Going Back to School School Reentry Burn Support Magazine
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