22.10.2020 03:00 pm
The lockdown has affected many people, but are we aware of the role it has played on the mental health of families?
People are so caught up in acquiring new skills under lockdown, or saving their businesses or just surviving, that they are not acknowledging the mental health issues facing their children and families brought about by extended lockdown and isolation in the shadow of this Covid-19 pandemic.
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Many parents are worried the disruptions of Covid-19 lockdowns and school closures may affect their children’s mental health and development. In the Royal Children’s Hospital’s National Child Health Poll in June 2020, more than one-third of parents reported the pandemic has had negative consequences on their children’s mental health. Almost half of parents said the pandemic had […]
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