Helping children cope with restricted movement

Many children will find it difficult to to process how their lives have changed in just a few weeks.

Photo by Charlein Gracia on Unsplash

For many parents, explaining to your children about the threats of Covid-19 and why it is necessary to social distance or comply with the movement control order, can prove to be a challenge.

Leoniek Korneman, clinical psychologist from Netherlands paired up with SOLS Health in Malaysia to share how she helps her children cope with the current situation. Listen to the full video below.

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