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Managing your child's 'back to school' anxiety - an adaptable Action Plan

Posted on Thursday, 03 September 2020, in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Child Autism, Child & Teen ADHD, Child & Teen Anxiety, Child & Teen Depression, Student Health

Copy of Openhouse on Autism 2

 

This event took place on 03 September 2020

 

In this event, host Emma Woodhouse, neuro-developmental specialist at Clinical Partners, and autism specialists Dr Ann Ozsivadjian and Dr Marianna Murin, explore the challenges around post lockdown anxiety and offer practical actions you can take to help your child.

 

You can view the full recording, and information on further OpenHouse events, on our Facebook page here.

 

Dr Ann and Dr Marianna have put their key insights into an adaptable action plan infographic below.  Please feel free to use and share. We’ve also added further links to resources we hope you find useful.

 

OpenHouse on Autism Back to school anxiety AAP

 

Additional Resources

Blogs

Practical tips about dealing with school refusal

12 things to tell your autistic child's teacher

How autism friendly support can help my child

Coronavirus: how to manage anxiety and maintain structure for your autistic child

 

Podcasts

Discover your child's superpower

Recognising mental health issues in autistic children

 

Further information

Autism Explained – Comics from Rebecca Burgess

Diagnosing Autism in children

Autism Assessments

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