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Tips and tricks to help adolescents cope during the COVID-19 pandemic

Posted on April 3, 2020 by the Canadian Paediatric Society | Permalink

Topic(s): Public educationCOVID-19

The Adolescent Medicine Team of CHU Ste-Justine

Change can be difficult, especially when the situation creates unpleasant feelings, including fear, anxiety, stress, grief, anger, helplessness, hopelessness, or irritability.

One thing is clear: Adolescents all over the world are experiencing the same changes. You are definitely not alone.

Being an adolescent during a pandemic is not easy. Your parents are making rules, and are around more than ever. The government is telling you not to leave the house, for your safety and the safety of others.

What can you do?

The adolescent medicine team of CHU Ste-Justine in Montreal has developed advice for youth and parents to help them get through this time. Download the pdf file here.


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Last updated: Apr 20, 2020