After the Storm: A Guide to Help Children with Psychological Effects of a Hurricane

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[Source:  7-dippity.com via UCF Card Center for Autism and Related Disabilities]

Dear Parent or Caring Adult, Although a hurricane may last only hours, its effects can last for months or even years. In the aftermath of a hurricane, many parents and caregivers express concerns about how the hurricane and events related to it might affect their children. Common questions are: “What should I tell my child?” “How can I tell if these events are bothering my child?” “What can I do to help my child cope with this disaster?”
This book is designed to help adults address these questions.

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