OUSD Counselor's Corner
SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL CARE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
The coronavirus outbreak has been a stressful time for students and families. OUSD counselors team has identified some social and emotional resources for parents and students. If you need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to direct you to the appropriate resource.
Mrs. Learst: email@example.com
Mrs. Pebbles: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Dennis Miller: email@example.com
- Talking with Children During Infectious Disease Outbreaks-SAMHSA
- Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks-SAMHSA
VIDEO & OTHER RESOURCES:
- Coronavirus Understanding The Outbreak- for Elementary/ Middle school students (Video)
- Managing Anxiety & Stress- CDC
- Talking to Children about Covid19-A Parent Resource NASP
- Protect Your Family
- Covidbook: A short book for kids explaining the coronavirus
IDEAS TO KEEP THE KIDS ENTERTAINED DURING CORONAVIRUS CRISIS
- Avoid Cabin Fever With These 125 Ideas to Keep Kids Entertained During the Coronavirus Crisis
- The Character TREE
- Schools closed? Get Epic! the Leading Digital Library for Kids 12 & Under
- Pass it on
- It Turns Out, You Can Use LEGO Bricks to Teach All Kinds of Math Concepts
- A List of Indoor Activities That Will Keep Kids Entertained While Stuck at Home
Sonia Mainstone-Cotton, author of Promoting Young Children’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing, provides some very useful and easy tips for supporting young children’s happiness at this important stage in their development.
Looking for ways to help your child with social-emotional learning (SEL)? Many schools have started teaching kids how to do things like cope with feelings, set goals, and get along with others. You can help your child work on these skills at home, too.Here are a handful of social-emotional learning activities that can help your child manage emotions and work on social skills—and have some fun with you along the way. These social-emotional learning games are very low-tech. And all are designed to fit easily into daily routines.
*OCONTO COUNTY RESOURCES: Additional Available Mental Health Resources in Our Area
Crisis and Emergency Services
Oconto County Human Services: (920) 834-7000
Oconto County Sheriff's Department: (920) 834-7000
Prevea Behavioral Health: 920-846-4680
Emergency Services: 911
Non- Emergency Area Mental Health Services
Bellin Health Psychiatric Services: (920)-433-6073
HSHS St. Clare Hospital: (920)-846-3444
Rogers Behavioral Health Appleton: 800-767-4411
Aurora Behavioral Health Marinette: (715)-732-8100
Aurora Behavioral Health Green Bay: (920)-288-5630
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