COVID 19 Conversations with Children


It is important not to leave children feeling worried after a conversation. It is important to close conversations with care.

  • When you wrap up your conversations, look for signs they're feeling anxious. This might be a change in their tone of voice, their breathing or body language.

  • Comfort them if they feel this way.


Things to look out for in your children

It is normal for children and young people to show signs of distress. Common reactions include:

  • fear and anxiety

  • anger and frustration

  • confusion

  • sadness

  • denial