Mental Health and Well-Being
Mental Health and Well-being Support
Parenting can be a tough job at the best of times, but over the past few months, parents’ resilience has been tested in every way. by the Leeds Children and Families Public Health team to link parents up with support, offer ideas for managing stress and tips for taking care of their children’s mental and emotional wellbeing. Our families are not alone and support is available.
Short videos for busy parents wanting to know how to support their child's mental health and wellbeing
To help parents support the mental health and wellbeing of their children, Impact Education Dragon have put together a selection of short videos and handy downloads that parents can view using this link: https://www.dragonflyimpact.com/MHweekvideos.
Helping children to manage feelings of anxiety - three top tips. Click here
How helping our children ditch distractions can support their mental health and wellbeing. Click here
Have you heard of autistic fatigue? It's a term created by autistic adults. It helps to understand how exhausting it can be for children or young people with autism to operate within everyday norms and expectations faced in school. Click here for more information.
Knowing the magic power of sleep. Click here
What you eat is just as important for your mental health as it is for your physical health. Click here for further information.