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Resources for children, young people and their families and carers


To support our clients and their families and carers at this time, Lifestart is sharing helpful resources, fact sheets and links about COVID-19 and things you can do at home on our Resources page and Facebook.

We will continue to add to the list and encourage you to visit this page regularly to see what is new.

For our latest COVID-19 update for clients and families/carers click here

Resources and fact sheets

Online Supports Fact Sheet

Tips and Tricks for a successful online appointment

Personal Hygiene Visual

Links to external resources and services

Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Service – Beyond Blue

Staying connected with our childrenAustralian Childhood Foundation

How to cope with stress related to COVID-19 – information for young people from headspace

Staying safe from Coronavirus – Council for Intellectual Disability

Learning at home during a time of crisis – Australian Coalition for Inclusive Education (ACIE)

Communicating with your child about COVID-19 – Emerging Minds

Preventing Coronavirus outbreaks in Aboriginal communitiesHepatitis NSW

COVID-19 Translated Resources – Ethnolink Language Services

Digital Lunchbreak activities – Advocate for Children and Young People (ACYP)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and remote communities – Australian Government Department of Health

For more information and support at this time

Lifeline Australia 13 11 14

Kids Helpline 1800 551 800

NSW Mental Health Line 1800 011 511


How to talk to your kids about Coronavirus and guide your family through it – ABC Radio Parental as Anything with Maggie Dent

Nature play can still happen during Coronavirus – ABC Radio Parental as Anything with Maggie Dent

Seven podcasts to keep your kids off screens when they’re stuck inside

Coronavirus and helping children with autism, episode 4 – The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Parenting in a Pandemic – The University of Queensland