Social and Emotional Supports for Students and Families

April 1, 2020
A Message from our School Social Worker, Ms. Amy Mautz, LCSW
 
Dear SLArts Families - You have all been on my mind as we move into this 3rd full week of “social distancing”.  Each day brings new information, new changes and likely new uncertainties for both ourselves and our children. I would like to provide some resources which have been made available to me and/or I have found and feel are beneficial, as we navigate this new landscape.  Please feel free to share with me any resources you think would benefit our community and know that I am another available connection for both parents and students. I can be reached at [email protected] Take Care of yourselves.
 

General Resources for Families

 

Supporting teens and families who are mourning the "milestones" they are missing this spring, from the NY Times.

 

https://lindsaybraman.com/daily-wellbeing-worksheet/


https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/chest-lungs/Pages/Working-and-Learning-from-Home-During-the-COVID-19-Outbreak.aspx


Childmind.org is a great website in general; I am going to try and feature an article from this website, though please check this site out for many other ideas. 

https://childmind.org/article/supporting-teenagers-and-young-adults-during-the-coronavirus-crisis/

 

 


Community Resources 

 

Dinners for Families

https://www.abc4.com/news/salt-lake-city-school-district-to-provide-dinner-for-children-3-times-a-week/


Remote Learning Schedule/Planner

 

Attached is an example of a remote learning schedule planner.  There are many options of these types of schedules online if you google “homeschool schedules," but this can be a place to start for families to try to put some structure in place.  Please email if you would like an editable version.