SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF COVID_19 ON CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
The report examines the key direct and indirect COVID-19 related impacts on children and young people in the short and medium-term, resulting from:
ADOLESCENTS IN LONG TERM CURFEW - Dr. Abigail Harrison, Department of Child And Adolescent Health, University of the West Indies (UWI). See Dr. Harrison's presentation from 1:38:09 of the May 17, 2020 recording of a teleconference entitled 'COVID-19: Impact on children and families in the Caribbean, now and beyond.' This was a series of teleconferences hosted by the Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, Mona.
CHILDREN"S MENTAL HEALTH IN COVID-19 - Professor Maureen Samms-Vaughan, Professor of Child Health, Child Development and Behaviour in the Department of Child And Adolescent Health, University of the West Indies (UWI). See Professor Samms-Vaughan's presentation at 33:08 of the May 17, 2020 recording of a teleconference entitled 'COVID-19: Impact on children and families in the Caribbean, now and beyond.' This was a series of teleconferences hosted by the Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, Mona.
FATHERHOOD AND THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ERA - Dr. Peter Weller, Community and Clinical Psychologist and Co-coordinator of the MSc. Clinical Psychology Program and Practicum, in the Faculty of Medical Sciences at The Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex at The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. Dr. Weller's presentation presentation at 2:00:21 of the May 17, 2020 recording of a teleconference entitled 'COVID-19: Impact on children and families in the Caribbean, now and beyond.' This was a series of teleconferences hosted by the Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, Mona.
RADIO SERIES FOR PARENTS ON COVID-19
UNICEF and PAHO team up for USAID-supported show
The show is targeted at parents, guardians and caregivers of preschool to primary-aged children. The aim of the show is to ensure that their children are protected, enabled and supported throughout the COVID 19 pandemic.
COVID-19 PLAYFUL PARENTING EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Evidence-Based Playful Parenting Can Prevent Child Abuse in Lockdown
Partners: University of Oxford, Parenting for Lifelong Health, Clowns Without Borders South Africa, UNICEF, World Health Organization, Global Partnership to End Violence, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USAID, UNODC, World Without Orphans, World Childhood Foundation, LEGO Foundation
COVID-19 PARENTING TIPS
24/7 parenting resources in 90 languages! Parenting for Lifelong Health provides open-access online parenting resources during COVID-19.
CREATING A GUIDE FOR PARENTS DURING LOCKDOWN - BY CHILDREN
Inspired by Mehmet Dinc, from Turkey, a number of narrative practitioners have consulted children in their lives to create a guide for parents during lockdown.
Q&A: PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH & COVID-19
World Health Organisation
SAFE ONLINE LEARNING IN TIMES OF COVID-19 - UNESCO
ISPCAN’S RECOMMENDATIONS ON COVID-19
International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and NeglectI, ISPCAN, is committed to providing support to individuals, caregivers, and professionals as they navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic by providing up-to-date resources in collaboration with our partner organizations around the globe. We have gathered resources on this topic and want our members to also share.
DISTANCE LEARNING SOLUTIONS - UNESCO
The list of educational applications, platforms and resources provided aim to help parents, teachers, schools and school administrators facilitate student learning and provide social care and interaction during periods of school closure.
Global Partnership recently introduced some new materials. They continue to be developed by WHO, UNICEF, UNODC, Parenting for Lifelong Health, Global Partnership to End Violence, CDC, and World Without Orphans and are evidence-informed parenting resources to help parents keep themselves and their children safe, happy, and healthy during this stressful period. They are freely available on our website .(
BUILDING DEVELOPMENTAL RELATIONSHIPS DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS
The new school year will look very different than years' past for many young people throughout the world, as they continue with remote learning. This means that building and strengthening relationships is more important now than ever before.As a result, created the Developmental Relationships Checklist. This tool will help you meet the needs of kids where they are right now.