TIS-UK is committed to supporting and developing mentally healthy cultures in schools and other organisations, informed by trauma informed practice and the power of an emotionally available adult to buffer the impact of childhood adversity. There are a range of Covid-19 support resources for parents, schools and settings on their site.
Safe Hands, Thinking Minds is the website of Dr Karen Treisman, a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the National Health System and children’s services for several years. There are a wide range of resources here to support children and adults around anxiety, worry, stress, and fears; including specific Corona virus (this page will be updated on a very regular basis so you can keep checking it for new entries).
The Hey Sigmund site has developed resources to help parents talk to their children about Coronavirus (Covid-19). "How to Help Children Feel Calm During a Global Crisis – (Talking to Kids & Teens About COVID-19 and other Global Trauma)"
The Anna Freud Centre has produced a series of documents providing advice and support on Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Beacon House develop freely available resources so that knowledge about the repair of trauma and adversity is in the hands of those who need it and has some specially adapted resources for the Coronavirus (Covid19) situation. You can use these resources in your home or work setting.
Two more general documents about parenting for connection and to create a sense of safety and security for children - so important at the moment.
Being at home with very young children and trying to work is stressful and our stress can impact on children's behaviour. Some advice here on dealing with children's tantrums and reminding us to check our own stress levels.