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Offering a wide variety of materials to assist you during these trying times: Books, Articles, Apps, TV Shows and more…

Additional Resources

Offering a wide variety of materials to assist you during these trying times: Books, Articles, Apps, TV Shows and more…

Managing Meals & Family Needs
APPS
Free Applications: Name • Age • Device
  1. Worry Box by Excel At Life
    6-16 • Android
  2. Nature Melody by Lina Elsayed
    6+ • Apple
  3. Breathe2Relax
    ‌6+ • Android/Apple
  4. Songza
    ‌13+ • Android/Apple
  5. Breathe, Think, Do with Sesame Street
    ‌4+ • Apple/Android
  6. Stop, Breathe & Think
    ‌10+ • Apple/Android
  7. Settle Your Glitter
    ‌ ‌4+ • Apple/Android
  8. Super Stretch Yoga HD
    ‌4+ • Apple iPad
  1. Headspace: Guided Meditation and Mindfulness
    4+ • Apple
  2. Breathing Bubbles
    5+ • Android/Apple
  3. Wellbeyond Meditations for Kids
    7+ • Apple
  4. Touch and Learn Emotions
    4+ • Apple
  5. Bubble Snap
    3+ • Apple
  6. Recolor
    4+ • Apple
  7. Take a Chill
    12+ • Apple
  8. Avokiddo Emotions
    4+ • Apple
Paid Applications:
  1. Positive Penguins
    9-11 • Apple: $.99 /Android: $1.99
  2. Bedtime Meditations for Kids
    Up to 12 • Apple: $ 4.99
  3. Mindfulness for Children
    5+ • Apple: $4.99
  4. Kids Yogaverse
    4-8 • Apple: $3.99
  1. Scape
    8+ • iPad: $5.99
  2. Drift Away
    9+ • Apple: $.99
  3. Zen Bound Universe
    9+ • Apple: $2.99
  4. Daniel Tiger’s Grr-ific Feelings
    3+ • Android/Apple: $2.99
Books for Caregivers
  1. Children and Trauma: A Guide For Parents and Professionals. Cynthia Monahon, Jossey-Bass Publishers; San Francisco; 1997.
  2. Freeing Your Child from Anxiety: Powerful, Practical Solutions to Overcome Your Child’s Fears, Worries and Phobias. Tamar Chansky; Broadway Books; New York; 2004.
  3. A Parent’s Guide to Building Resilience in Children and Teens: Giving Your Child Roots and Wings. Kenneth R. Ginsburg & Martha M. Jablow; American Academy of Pediatrics; 2006.
  4. Building Your Bounce: Simple Strategies for a Resilient You. Mary Mackrain and Niefertiti Bruce Poyner.
Books for Children and Teens
Feelings:

 

 

  1. What to Do What You’re Scared and Worried: A Guide for Kids. James J. Crist; Free Spirit Publishing; 2004.
  2. What to Do When You’re Sad & Lonely: A Guide for Kids. James J. Crist; Free Spirit Publishing; 2004.
  3. When I Feel Scared. (for young children) Cornelia Maude Spelman; Albert Whitman & Co.; Morton Grove; 2002.
  4. What About Me? When Brothers and Sisters Get Sick. Allan Peterkin; Magination Press; 1992.
  5. Terrible Thing Happened. Margaret M. A Holmes; Magination Press; 2000.
  6. When something terrible happens: Children can learn to cope with grief. M. Heegard; Bloomington Woodland Press; 1991.
  7. Jamie’s Journey: Cancer from the Voice of a Sibling. Sharon Wozney; Little Five Star; 2016.
  8. The Sibling Slam Book: What It’s Really Like to Have a Brother or Sister With Special Needs. Don Meyer; Woodbine House; 2005.

Separation Anxiety:  (young – school age children)

  1. My Day, Your Day. Robin Ballard; Greenwillow Books; 2001.
  2. A Suitcase Surprise for Mommy. Cat Cora; The Penguin Group; 2011.
  3. Llama Llama Misses Mama. Anna Dewdney; The Penguin Group; 2009.
  4. Don’t Forget to Come Back. Robie Harris; Candlewick; 2004.
  5. The Kiss Box. Bonnie Verburg; Orchard Books; 2011.
  6. The Invisible String. Patrice Karst; Devorss & Co.; 2000.
  7. The Kissing Hand. Audrey Penn; Tanglewood; 1993.

Going to the Hospital:

  1. Clifford Visits the Hospital. Norman Bridwell; Scholastic, Inc.; 2000.
  2. When You’re Sick or in the Hospital Tom McGrath; Abbey Press; 2002.
  3. What’s In a Doctor’s Bag Nell Shulman & Sibley Fleming; Rx Humor; 1994.
  4. Going to the Doctor T. Berry Brazelton; Da Capo Press; 1992.
  5. Going to the Hospital Anne Civardi; Usborne Books, 2006.
  6. Harry Goes to the Hospital. Howard J. Bennett; American Psychological Association; 2008.
  7. Curious George Goes to the Hospital. H. Rey; Houghton-Mifflin; 1966.
  8. Rita Goes to the Hospital. Maritine Davison; Random House, Inc.; 1992.
  9. Corduroy Goes to the Doctor. L. McCue; Viking Children’s Books; 2001.
  10. Maisy Goes to the Hospital. Lucy Cousins; Candlewick; 2009.
  11. My Trip to the Hospital. Mercer Mayer; Harper Collins; 2005.
  12. When Molly Was in the Hospital: A Book for Brothers and Sisters of Hospitalized Children. D. Duncan; Rayve Productions;1994.
  13. Franklin Goes to the Hospital. Paulette Bourgeois; Random House, Inc.; 1985.
  14. Sesame Street, A Visit to the Hospital. Deborah Hautzig; Random House, Inc.; 1985.
  15. This is a Hospital, Not a Zoo! Roberta Karim; Clarion Books, Reprint edition; 2002.
  16. Paddington Bear Goes to the Hospital. Michael Bond, Karen Jankel and R. W. Alley; Harpers Collins; 2001.
  17. Katie Goes to the Hospital. Barbara Taylor Cork; Brighter Child; 2002.
  18. Going to the Hospital. Fred Rogers; Putnam, Reprint edition; 1997.
  19. Do I Have to Go to the Hospital? A First Look at Going to the Hospital. Pat Thomas; Barron’s Educational Series; August, 2006.
  20. I Don’t Want to go to the Hospital (A Little Princess Story). Tony Ross; Andersen Press; 2013.
  21. I Don’t Want to go to the Hospital (A Little Prince Story). Tony Ross; Andersen Press; 2013.
  22. What to Expect When You Go to the Doctor. Heidi Murkoff; Festival; 2000.
Web Resources
Caregivers:

 

 

  1. After the Injury: Helping Parents Help Their Kids Recover Information, videos, and tools to help parents understand children’s reactions to serious injury and promote recovery. Allows parents to rate their child’s reactions and create a care plan for their child
  2. Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation – SuperSibs! Resources for parents and extended family to help support siblings when a brother or sister has cancer.  Caregivers can sign their child up for the SuperSibs! program where they will receive age-appropriate mailings a few times throughout the year.
  3. Devereux Center for Resilient Children Resources for caregivers to help build resilience in children as well as themselves.
  4. Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation – Resources for Families Provides resources for caregivers to help your child cope with a brain tumor.
  5. Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors – Resources for Children and Families Provides information, support, and resources to children, adolescents, and families who have been impacted by a burn injury
  6. National Association of School Psychologists – Sleep Disorders for Children and Teens Information for parents and educators on sleep and sleep disorders for children and teens.
  7. National Child Traumatic Stress Network Information and resources for parents and children who have experienced a trauma, including: abuse, community or school violence, natural disasters, war, terrorism, illness or injury, or the loss of a loved one
  8. Worry Wise Kids Information to help children with excessive worries or fears.

Caregivers and Kid-Friendly:

  1. Band-aids and Blackboards Information by and for children and teens living with long-term or chronic medical illnesses
  2. PBS Parents Guide to Talking With Kids About Health Online kid-friendly medical dictionary for kids about injury, illness, medicine, and going to the doctor.

Kid-Friendly:

  1. About Kid’s Health – Just for Kids Age-appropriate information and animations for kids on many different health topics
  2. Kids Health Galaxy – The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Animation, games, and activities to orient kids to the hospital and common medical procedures.
  3. National Sleep Foundation (Kids) Child friendly website about sleep.
TV Shows (young children)
  1. Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Episode 102: Daniel Visits School/Daniel Visits the Doctor Episode 103: Daniel’s Babysitter/Daniel Goes to School Episode 104: Daniel Gets Mad/Katerina Gets Mad
  2. Sesame Street Visits the Hospital Elmo and Chris Sing about Feelings Name that Emotion with Murray!
  3. Curious George Season 1, Episode 12: Doctor Monkey Season 3, Episode 12: Relax!
  4. Doc McStuffins
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