Social Emotional Issues & Communicating with Students about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Information and strategies for students to best cope with the Coronavirus.


A Parent Resource for Talking to Children About the Coronavirus

Provides guidelines for parents on how to talk to children about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)



Provides methods to help children and adolescents understand and cope with emotions related to the Coronavirus pandemic.


How to Talk to Children About the Coronavirus

An article on how to talk to children about the Coronavirus, including some tips on how to respond to their questions.

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Talking to Teens and Tweens about Coronavirus

Experts offer advice on how parents can help adolescents get the facts straight and be prepared.


Peers For Young Adults

PEERS® for Young Adults presents the first evidence-based group treatment program for young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as other neurodevelopmental disorders and social challenges. This section contains role play videos.



NCPMI provides services with the goal of promoting the positive social, emotional and behavioral outcomes of young children (birth through five), reducing the use of inappropriate discipline practices, increasing the inclusion and ongoing participation of young children with disabilities in early childhood settings, and the promotion of family engagement.



At Centervention®, we provide online games to help students in grades K-8 improve social and emotional skills. These games are fun for students, automatically gather data so educators can monitor progress, and include supplemental lessons to reinforce learning. With Centervention, educators can meet students where they are, address their unique needs, and do so in a fun, effective way.


Conscious Discipline

In this webinar, Master Instructor Jill Molli outlines a roadmap to behavioral change. Learn to see problems differently, assess what your child’s behavior is communicating, shift from unregulated to regulated adult, and effectively teach missing skills. By following these steps, you’ll equip your child with essential life skills and pave the way to a more peaceful, cooperative and connected time at home.


4 Resources to Support Students During the Pandemic

Teachers across the country are working hard to translate their effective practices to work in remote learning spaces. Students are learning how to connect with each other from a distance. Families are doing their best to navigate the new normal in their homes. During these uncertain times, the Center on PBIS wants to share the resources available to help guide the work you do around student behavior.

Getting Back to School after Disruptions: Resources for Making Your School Year Safer, More Predictable, and More Positive