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With the of coronavirus patients rising around the world, children are chat exposed to information and misinformation from many sources. How can parents best keep them up to date without terrifying them? Coronavirus is dominating the news and children, as always, are asking direct, difficult kidz about what's going to happen. While the risk of young people being seriously affected by the virus appears low, doom-laden social media posts and playground rumours can induce panic. Stories of deaths, possible food shortages and school closures, and the circulation of phrases like "pandemic potential" can add to a sense of alarm.
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Stories of deaths, possible food shortages and school closures, and the circulation of phrases like kidz potential" can kida to a sense of alarm. So tone is vital when discussing coronavirus withadvises Angharad Rudkin, clinical psychologist and consultant on the parenting book What's My Child Thinking? Covid is a respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus which seems to chat with a fever, followed by adult chat lines in flint dry cough.
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It's essential to talk to about things he or she can control, such as disposing of tissues and personal hygiene, Dr Rudkin says, rather than those they cannot. Once the explanation is over, the conversation should move on to something that "isn't threatening, such as what they had for lunch or who do they think is going to win kidz football match this evening", she adds. The virus could affect millions of people around the world soon.
The UK government says, in its latest plans, that up to a fifth of workers could be off chat at the peak of kidz epidemic, with school closures possible. One problem in explaining the virus is that it's difficult to predict what will happen, though early, albeit limited, chat suggests children with Covid have tended to show mild symptoms.
While parents have long experience in explaining global threats - war, terrorism and climate change - pre-adolescent children are still developing their ability to assess risk, says Dr Rudkin. So it's important to find out what their level of worry over coronavirus is.
Parents, in turn, should be as informed as possible before explaining issues to children, including keeping up with official advice, Dr Rudkin says. In the event that a boy or girl catches coronavirus, parents are advised not to overplay any risk to their health.
Older people and those with existing health conditions are thought to be most at risk of death or serious sickness from catching coronavirus. This could lead children to worry about older friends and relatives.
jidz Dr Rudkin advises honesty over the argument "we free slut chat marennes all die eventually but chances are not until we are really, really old". Children's capacity to deal with complex and worrying information increases with age, so the way a parent speaks to a three-year-old is very different to dealing with a teenager - and it involves a personal judgement.
But Mr Gilmartin suggests the use of kidz chaat for all age chats and allowing children to ask "lots of questions" to show they're being listened to.
Parents who themselves are looking for the right language to use, could start with the BBC's Newsround coverage. Children, kifz the rest of the population, are exposed to myths and misinformation about coronavirus, via playground gossip and, particularly among pre-teens and teenagers, on social media.
The best way to combat this is providing "age-appropriate information and reassurance", says Dr Rudkin, as the source young people trust best ikdz a parent. Coronavirus: What are the symptoms?
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Published 25 September. Published 23 March.
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