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Here for Each Other: Helping Families After a Flood in English and Spanish - NEW Resources!

October 11, 2015 - Posted in Education
Sesame Street Booklet

This guide has been provided by our friends at Sesame Street.

NEW Resources! In addition to the resources you will find below, please note that our friends from Sesame Street have forwarded a Community Provider Guide that may be useful to you  during this time.  Additionally, video comfort moments addressing emergencies can be found here.

To help you as you begin your recovery, we’ve developed “Here for Each Other” in English and Spanish.

This family guide offers tips and activities to do with your child that offer comfort and assurance.

We hope some of these ideas can help you create a warm and soothing environment that will allow both you and your child to look toward sunnier days to come.

And remember, you are not alone. We are here for each other!

Family Guide: Floods (English)

Family Guide: Floods (Spanish)

For more information and tips to help your family recover from an emergency, visit sesamestreet.org/emergencies or pseg.com/sesamestreet.
 

ADVISORS
» American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council
» Angela D. Mickalide, PhD, MCHES, Emergency Medical Services for
Children National Resource Center, Children’s National Health System
» Child Mind Institute’s Stress and Resilience Program
» Myla Harrison, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Bureau of Children, Youth and Families,
NYC Department of Mental Health & Hygiene

sesamestreet.org/emergencies
pseg.com/sesamestreet
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