Since most everyone feels “cut-off” in some way from community support systems, it’s important for parents to have access to resources that assist them in creating a way for their children to regain skills while also nurturing the parent-child bond.
Structured activities – like martial arts, dance, or sports – helps children build skills physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially.
If you feel comfortable and safe, atted in-person classes, or join virtual classes in the comfort of your home.
Such activities provide them with the tools to maintain healthy development while also building essential life skills.
While everyone is attempting to navigate through this pandemic parenting the best way we can, we want to ensure that our children come through this pandemic with the least amount of regression.
Understanding that regression during stressful times is common is important so parents don’t feel as if they are failing their children.
With time, better behaviour will be regained and utilizing resources that aid in this will be beneficial for children and their parents as we all continue to move forward to a new normal.