Tips and Tools for supporting young people and colleagues after an earthquake

These factsheets contain practical advice for parents and educators to help with supporting young people and colleagues affected by a major earthquake.

Resources

This information was developed following the Canterbury earthquakes in 2011, however the advice will be useful for all schools and ECE centres when planning their response to major traumatic events.

Tips for teachers and parents: Supporting children [DOC, 166 KB]

Tips for teachers and parents: Supporting toddlers [DOC, 180 KB]

Tips for teachers and parents: Supporting young people [DOC, 153 KB]

Tips for teachers and parents: Supporting children with ASD [DOC, 241 KB]

Tips for parents and educators: Supporting colleagues and looking after yourself [DOC, 157 KB]

Tips for managers: Supporting teachers [DOC, 172 KB]

Tips for parents and educators: Building resiliency in young people [DOC, 109 KB]

Tips for parents and educators: Dealing with young people’s fears and anxiety [DOC, 93 KB]

Tips for teachers - making the most of learning time [DOC, 126 KB]

Tips for teachers and parents: Getting a good night's sleep [DOC, 154 KB]

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