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Information and resources to help you take care of your mental health as you start, or continue, to adapt to COVID-normal life.
Whether it’s adjusting to new ways of working or dealing with financial stress, we’ve put together a range of articles to help you support your mental health.
The COVID-19 pandemic can cause stress no matter what your age. Children and young people need plenty of support through this uncertain time.
Sharing age-appropriate information with your kids about serious situations is important, and if you're wondering how to do that in the coronavirus climate, you're not alone.
Anxiety in children is normal, particularly at times like this when the coronavirus pandemic is creating a lot of change. Learn how to support your child.
Find out how the pandemic has impacted children with disability and their families, especially in terms of mental wellbeing.
Professor Brett McDermott, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, offers advice on how to best support your teen.
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