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TALKING TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT COVID-19



As parents, we realize that crisis conversations can be challenging. it is challenging to know what to share, how to share it, and what they already know that we aren’t aware of. We want to help walk alongside of you in the midst of these conversations. We are actively updating this page with additional resources that we create, as well as resources we find that might be helpful. 


Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic

Talking To Your Kids About Corona Virus (COVID-19)by Autumn Casiglia, MA LLP

Being a parent can be hard.  We're always running into new challenges and new conversations.

That's why we wanted to provide you with some resources for some of life's more challenging moments.


We want to share a variety of resources to help you navigate these moments.

Whether they are podcasts or blogs that go along with our Phase Nights or sessions from other classes we have at faith, we hope this page will help you as you try to be the best parent you can be!

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Should my kids use social media? When should they be allowed to use it? How can I protect them?


These are just a few of the questions we all ask when it comes to our kids and their use of technology.  

We've provided a few resources for you to help you navigate some of your questions.


 Technological Responsibility Road Map ( A Guide to key conversations and ages for technological conversations)


We believe that technology should be a regular conversation in every family.  Those conversations look different in every phase so we have these guides to help you navigate appropriate conversations in each age:


Preschool Age Technology Conversation Guide

Elementary Age Technology Conversation Guide

Middle School Age Technology Conversation Guide

High School Age Technology Conversation Guide


We've found several articles that we think can help you think about how to help your kids navigate the online world:


Cell Phone Agreement