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From: D. Sterner (dsterner_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Sep 13 2001 - 13:49:29 PDT


The following sites and sources of information have been listed on
NYLINE following the events of Tuesday.

Dealing With Trauma: Some Websites to Help Children and Their Adults

AAP Offers Advice on Communicating with Children about Disasters
http://www.aap.org/advocacy/releases/disastercomm.htm

After a Disaster: What You Can Do With Your Children
http://www.disastertraining.org/after.htm

Calm young children; explain to older kids
http://www.usatoday.com/life/2001-09-12-talking-to-kids.htm

Children, Stress, and Natural Disasters: School Activities for Children
http://www.ag.uiuc.edu/~disaster/teacher/csndact2.html

Connect for Kids: Aftershocks of a National Trauma: Helping Kids Cope
http://www.connectforkids.org/usr_doc/CopingWithGrief.htm

Cornell expert advises parents on how to help children cope with news of
terrorist attacks
http://www.news.cornell.edu/releases/Sept01/Garbarino.kids.bombing.lgk.ht=
ml

Disaster Handouts & Links
http://www.trauma-pages.com/pg5.htm

Disaster Recovery: Children's Needs
http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/humandev/disint.html

Helping Children After a Disaster
http://www.aacap.org/publications/factsfam/disaster.htm

Helping Children Handle Disaster-Related Anxiety
http://www.nmha.org/newsroom/terrorismtips.cfm

Helping Children Understand Crisis and Trauma
http://www.angelfire.com/biz3/news/v1art1.html

Helping Parents Talk to Their Kids About Violence: Resources for Parent
Educators
http://www.parentingpress.com/resp_issues.html

How to talk to children about disaster (current newspaper article)
http://www.ag.uiuc.edu/~disaster/teacher/csndact2.html

National Association of School Psychologists: Coping with a National
Tragedy.
http://www.nasponline.org/NEAT/crisis_0911.html

Recognizing Stress in Children
http://www.preparerespondrecover.com/childrensneeds/

Responding to Children after a Crisis: What Parents and Adults Can Do
http://www.ehealthindiana.com/media/releases.asp?go=3D79

Talking to Children about Violence and Other Sensitive and Complex
Issues in the World
http://www.casel.org/vptalking.htm

Talking to Kids about Tragedy: How to Respond to Fears, Questions
http://womencentral.msn.com/parenting/articles/tragedy.asp

Talking with Children about Violence
http://www.schoolcounselor.org/talking.htm

Talking with Kids about Violence
http://www.buildingbetterhealth.com/article/plainprimer/100234508

Tips for Talking to Children about Disasters
http://www.ehealthindiana.com/media/releases.asp?go=3D78

Tragic Times, Healing Words
http://www.sesameworkshop.org/parents/advice/article/0,4125,49560,00.html=

What to Tell Children about Terrorist Bombings
http://www.trauma-pages.com/bombing.htm

compiled by Polly Farrington, P.A. Farrington Associates; Mary Fellows,
UHLS; Sue Rokos, MVLA; Katharine Winderlin,WSWHE BOCES; Becky
Wright-Sedam, SALS [List available at http://www.mvla.org]

Source for official US Government information:

http://www.firstgov.gov/featured/usgresponse.html?ssid=3D1000381142508_17=
2

Thanks to Barbara Smith of the Institute of Museum and Library Services =
in
Washington, DC.

The URL is: http://www.morrisville.edu/library/timely.html for update and additional sites

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