Both children and adults are searching for ways to deal with the traumatic events that happened on September 11, 2001.
Extension has found Web sites, articles and publications that offer information on how adults might talk to children about terrorism, crises, and stress.
- Recognizing Stress in Children
- Families coping with Tramatic Events
- Aftermath of Attack on America: The Healing Process
- Stress Reactions
- Family Issues Publications
- Home Management Publications
- Third edition of Family Times blankets state with preparedness message
- Talking with Children When the Talking gets Tough
Recognizing Stress in Children
Families coping with Tramatic Events
Talking with Children When the Talking gets Tough
Aftermath of Attack on America: The Healing Process
Family Issues Publications
Home Management Publications
Third edition of Family Times blankets state with preparedness message
What would your family do if faced with a natural disaster or an act of terrorism? Almost 460,000 copies of a special bilingual newspaper supplement from Family and Consumer Science and Extension Home Economics will each New Mexicans early this month through 39 newspapers, hoping to provide some answers. The third edition of *Family Times * will mark more than a million copies distributed to New Mexicans this year with parenting advice. Copies also go to offices of Women, Infants and Children; the Income Support Division; county parenting classes; and schools.