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CORONAVIRUS SCHOOL CLOSURE

               Make your own Mental Health Plan with NHS Every Mind Matters - NHS Every Mind Matters Your Mind Plan 

Here are some activities to enjoy together now we are allowed to spend more time outdoors .

Local Coronavirus Information (click here)New multi-million pound Coronavirus action plan to help the most vulnerable in Doncaster

Armthorpe Coronavirus Support Fund Application Form-Click here

Worried about a child

Where you believe there is immediate risk of significant harm the police should be contacted on 999.

Report a concern about a child or enquire about Early Help by following the link below

https://www.doncasterchildrenstrust.co.uk/worried-about-a-child

Urgent concerns regarding a child or young person’s mental health

If you have urgent concerns regarding a child or young person’s mental health, please call the duty team on (01302) 796 191.

Urgent safeguarding concerns

For urgent safeguarding concerns please call the Duty team, on 01302 737777.

 

It is not recommended to leave a child under 12 years old home alone, particularly for longer periods of time.  If your child has an older sibling or step-sibling, you might feel more comfortable leaving them home together, especially if one child is older. There’s no legal age a child can babysit – but if you leave your children with someone who’s under 16 you’re still responsible for their well-being.  NSPCC advice

For confidential advice, information and support, call the Domestic Abuse Hub on 01302 737080 or email dahub@doncaster.gov.uk

This service is available 9am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday.  During this time the line might be busy so please keep trying or leave a message including whether it is safe to call you back and you will be called back as soon as possible.

Remember, always dial 999 in an emergency.

Outside of office hours some helpful numbers are:

  • National 24 hour Domestic Abuse Helpline - 0808 2000 247
  • St. Leger Homeless out of hours - 01302 736000
  • Mental Health Crisis team - 01302 566996

Staying safe during COVID-19 A guide for victims and survivors of Domestic Abuse

Talking to your child about the Coronavirus and staying at home

Below are some useful links to help support children in learning more about the current situation.

The following resource has been shared with children at school and can be used at home: Say hello to Coronavirus visual story

These links are more suitable for Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6:

It is easy for children to overhear adult conversations which can cause children to worry; the following visual story called ‘Small Paul’ is a helpful resource to share with children: Small Paul

How to talk to your child about coronavirus

This story helps to explain how families are helping by staying safe at home.  The Stay at Home Superheroes 

Supporting Well-being

NEW!!!  CAMHS Resources

This site was created for young people, carers and professionals to pool together lots of helpful resources from across the internet that are available to help support your mental health and well-being.

Without a doubt, many of us are feeling unsure as we navigate the uncertainty of Coronavirus. Below are some resources that can be used to take care of our minds and bodies. These resources can be used for parents to share with their children, but can also be used by adults.

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Supporting Children with Anxiety

Where to get help

Helplines are there to support you and your loved ones by offering advice, information or a listening ear when you need it.

Find a Helpline allows you to find organisations that you can contact via phone, email, text or online quickly and easily. You are able to search for what you need by Keyword or Topic.

Autism and Social Communication Education and Training Service – ASCETS

 For the duration of school closure, ASCETS will offer support for parents whose children have a diagnosis of Autism, or who are on the pathway, or who are on SEN Support with Social Communication Difficulties as the primary need.

It is anticipated that whilst some children will appreciate the lessened social and sensory demands in the short term, that the long term effects of the lack of a regular structure and defined end point to the current situation may prove very difficult for some children.

 

If parents/carers have any queries relating to the organisation and / or delivery of their child’s learning or issues around anxiety and learning behaviours. They can contact the team via email:  

ASDteam@doncaster.gov.uk  providing the following information:

 Parent/carer name, child’s name, the school they attend, phone number and the details of their query.

 Their query will then be picked up by a member of the team who shall endeavour to respond by telephone within 24 hours.

Resource Pack for Children with Autism or Social Communication Difficulties

ACSETS poster

Childline

 The Mix

  • Information, support and listening for people under 25.
  • Phone 0808 808 4994 (24 hours)
    Get support online

 Samaritans

  • 24 hour confidential listening and support for anyone who needs it. (Adults included.)
  • jo@samaritans.org
  • Phone 116 123 (24 hours)

When things go wrong

Resources to support parents/carers in talking to children when someone is ill or they have suffered a bereavement

Talking to children about illness

When something terrible happens

Winston's Wish

Coronavirus - Supporting children through difficult times 

Telling a child or young person that someone has died from coronavirus