A generation of children could be “failed” because of a lack of adequate mental health support, experts have said.
Up to half of all children and teenagers referred to mental health, learning disability and autism services in the run-up to the pandemic were left without proper support.
Parents play a crucial role in supporting their kids’ mental health. The National Organization of School Psychologists underscores the role that parents can play during this time.
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