Helping children cope during a crisis
Children and adults experience and react differently in times of crisis.
“We sometimes only think of disasters as weather-related events, but we know that anything that disrupts daily life and community well-being on a large scale is a disaster,” said Bradford Wiles, associate professor and Extension specialist with Kansas State University’s College of Health and Human Services.
“Thinking about and being compassionate in how we all feel and process our emotions is crucial to our own, our families’, and our communities’ resilience in the face of the current pandemic.”
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