What help should colleges offer?

• Remind students who they can talk to if they want to get support, and• How students are coping may change. Keep checking in and provide ongoing opportunities for support, even for those who initially seemed OK.• Make time to talk about self-care and how to cope with difficult situations, encouraging students to reflect on the steps they’ve taken to look after themselves.• Supporting teenagers at this time will likely be challenging. Provide additional support for staff (such as space for discussion or reflexive practice groups). Staff should be mindful of the personal impact work may be having and engage in self-care and seek support when needed.

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