COVID-19 news, stories and viral movements are taking over every form of communication consumed by our communities. In a very short period of time, our lives have changed and there is a concern about our children’s mental and physical health. When parents, caregivers and educators know how to communicate with their children, they can feel some reassurance and confidence even when there is uncertainty.
There’s no better source to deliver the right information to parents, caregivers and educators than their local healthcare system. You can help provide the tools adults needed to communicate with children. By developing and deploying a suite of communications that help guide conversations, you can help adults alleviate fears and preserve the mental and emotional well-being of our children.
Taking a two-pronged approach is the ideal way to roll out your campaign. First, develop communications that can help parents, caregivers and educators talk with children. Second, deliver tools and assets that can be given to children to help them understand and play a part in staying healthy and safe.