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Responding to Stress, Children, and Families during COVID-19, in partnership with Region 9 Head Start Association

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1.  What type of relationships are important during stressful times?
  1. New relationships
  2. Inconsistent relationships
  3. Consistent, responsive relationships
  4. None
2.  During stressful times, which of the following should you REFRAIN from doing?
  1. Listening non-judgementally
  2. Moving too quickly to offer advice, solutions, or quick fixes
  3. Helping adults identify their strengths
  4. Provide grounding and reassurance
3.  What is one way you can have present moment awareness?
  1. Ignore your feelings
  2. Throw a ball
  3. Yell at a friend
  4. Disrupt critical self-talk
4.  What is an example of engaging in restorative actions?
  1. Mindfulness
  2. Petting dogs
  3. Asking for help
  4. All of the above
5.  Which of the following is a tip for supporting children during COVID-19?
  1. Maintain a schedule and routines
  2. Acknowledge children's feelings
  3. Avoid exposure to media/news coverage
  4. All of the above
6.  Which is an example of social connections?
  1. Free phones
  2. Access to free wifi
  3. Relationships with others
  4. Housing assistance
7.  Which is an example of concrete supports?
  1. Relationships with colleagues
  2. Food banks
  3. Spiritual groups
  4. Pets
8.  Which of the following is an example of "one-minute kindness"?
  1. Noticing where stress is in your body
  2. Taking deep breaths or counting to ten
  3. Scheduling a weekly check-in with staff online
  4. A phone call or e-mail to check in, share a compliment, or express gratitude
9.  Which of the following is a positive way to support and engage children?
  1. Have children watch the news with you
  2. Daily read-alouds
  3. Hide your own feelings about the situation
  4. Let children create their own schedules
10.  Which of the following is a strategy adults can use to promote resilience for children?
  1. Help children have fun
  2. Teach them strategies to relax their body
  3. Provide predictable routines and schedules
  4. All of the above