How To Talk To Children About The Coronavirus: A Parent and Caregiver’s Guide To An Open Conversation With Children During These Challenging Times

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Mona K. Smith has announced the release of “How To Talk To Children About The Coronavirus”, a new guide for parents, caregivers, and families. “How To Talk To Children About The Coronavirus” is a report illustrating the effects of the health crisis on children and offering guidance to families for how to discuss the news and help children process the societal changes in a positive, constructive manner.

Mona K. Smith has worked with children for nearly 30 years and provides guidance and support for families.

Mona K. Smith is an educator and childhood expert and provides guidance and support for families.

“Children of all ages are being impacted by the alarming, ever-changing news about the coronavirus and its effect on daily life,” says Mona Smith, educator and childhood expert.

Mona K. Smith has announced the release of “How To Talk To Children About The Coronavirus”, a new guide for parents, caregivers, and families. “How To Talk To Children About The Coronavirus” is a report illustrating the effects of the health crisis on children and offering guidance to families for how to discuss the news and help children process the societal changes in a positive, constructive manner.

“Children of all ages are being impacted by the alarming, ever-changing news about the coronavirus and its effect on daily life,” says Mona Smith, educator and childhood expert. “Kids hear the news, they feel the panic and they are sensitive to the emotional strain of their parents and families, so it’s important to help them process this situation so they aren’t traumatized by the stress of this health crisis.”

Mona Smith's Discussion Guide, "How To Talk To Children About The Coronavirus: A Parent and Caregiver’s Guide To An Open Conversation With Children During These Challenging Times" gives parents the ability to answer their children’s questions with a thoughtful approach, allowing them to process the situation without being negatively affected by it. In addition, the guide gives a list of actions parents can take right away to lessen the impact of the health scare on their children.

The Discussion Guide provides parents and families with:

  • Insight into how children are feeling about the pandemic.
  • Age-appropriate answers to commonly asked questions.
  • A proactive listing of actions for parents to take to lessen the impact of this national crisis on our children.
  • Resources and activities to help children process this time in a positive, helpful way.

The “How To Talk To Children About The Coronavirus” guide is now available. Parents can get access this helpful free guide by visiting https://www.missmonasadvice.com/free-report-how-to-talk-to-children-about-the-coronavirus/.

About Mona K. Smith:
For nearly 30 years, Mona K. Smith has worked with hundreds of children and parents, providing guidance and support for families. She has a wealth of experience, knowledge and techniques that have helped parents create a peaceful home and happy, well-adjusted children. Mona teaches preschool in San Luis Obispo, where she lives with her husband of 33 years, with whom she has raised 4 children.

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