22 min

COVID-19: What parents need to know Kids Health Info

    • Parenting

In this episode we're discussing COVID-19. What do parents need to watch for? When should children be tested? How can you prepare children for the test? Hosts Margie Danchin and Anthea Rhodes cover these topics and more with special guest Dr Sarah McNab, Director of General Medicine at The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.

Useful links:
Australians can stay informed about the latest COVID-19 information through the Australian Government Department of Health website.

Our Kids Health Info factsheet for supporting your child through COVID-19 has a range of information you might find useful.

Plus, the RCH has created some videos for both children and parents. They're available along with other COVID-19 information.

Just want the video that prepares children for a COVID-19 test? You can watch it online!

Don't forget to sign up to the Kids Health Info podcast newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest podcast episodes about the health topics you want to hear about.

In this episode we're discussing COVID-19. What do parents need to watch for? When should children be tested? How can you prepare children for the test? Hosts Margie Danchin and Anthea Rhodes cover these topics and more with special guest Dr Sarah McNab, Director of General Medicine at The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.

Useful links:
Australians can stay informed about the latest COVID-19 information through the Australian Government Department of Health website.

Our Kids Health Info factsheet for supporting your child through COVID-19 has a range of information you might find useful.

Plus, the RCH has created some videos for both children and parents. They're available along with other COVID-19 information.

Just want the video that prepares children for a COVID-19 test? You can watch it online!

Don't forget to sign up to the Kids Health Info podcast newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest podcast episodes about the health topics you want to hear about.

22 min