Finding your brave – Children’s Mental Health Week
Day 5: What does ‘finding your brave’ mean for a child with autism?
What does ‘finding your brave’ mean for YOUR child? We hope you’ve found some useful advice in our series this week to help you answer that question and support your child and their mental health.
Here’s a summary with links to each of the blogs in this series :
- Explain to your child what bravery means and how it relates to their life and their personal challenges – What is bravery?
- Turn detective and get a deeper understanding of your child’s fears, worries and anxieties and the thoughts that are holding them back – What are you scared of?
- Choose some support tools and create strategies to help reduce uncertainties, learn social skills and aid communication – Overcoming fears – getting closer to brave
- Acknowledge and celebrate your child’s bravery in all its forms to boost their self-esteem, confidence and mental health – How does being brave make us feel?
Would you like a bit of help to get started?
Click the button above to sign up now and we’ll email you our bravery boosters bundle!
You’ll receive a guide to developing good emotional intelligence that you can download and print, a video guide to using a feelings diary and a discount code to use when you purchase any Feelings and Emotional support products. A selection of these products have been featured in our ‘finding your brave’ series.