As WMU focuses on Project HELP: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), all ages in the church are encouraged to be involved in this critical issue. You may be wondering, How can I focus on this critical issue with preschoolers?
Following are recommendations about using Project HELP: PTSD with preschoolers.
Hints for Preschool Teachers
Though preschoolers are rarely diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), many preschoolers experience trauma in their young lives, or they have a family member with PTSD. Preschool leaders in the church can provide support to these preschoolers and their families. The articles and resources on this page will be of help as you further look at this critical issue.
When a Preschooler Experiences Trauma
A plastic bin sat on the floor to use as a doll bed. The baby doll sat in the bin with a baby blanket next to it. A preschooler took the doll and wrapped it in the blanket. . .
Ministering to Military Families
You may be near a military base with many military personnel, have one military family in your church, or have a family with a member in the National Guard or Reserves. As a preschool leader in the church, this is an opportunity for you to serve these families in a special way. . . .
Helping Preschoolers with Family Trauma
Little 3-year-old David took my hand as we looked out the window, watching and listening as an ambulance drove by the day-care center. . . .
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