When a life disruption occurs, the whole family is affected emotionally. After events such as a cancer diagnosis, divorce, or perhaps the death of a loved one – big emotions like shock, anxiety, and anger are a very natural response to not feeling in control.
As you offer your support to the family, your number one concern is with the family’s basic needs (i.e., food, childcare, financial assistance). In the aftermath of the crisis, the next crucial step is to meet the emotional needs of the child.
Slumberkins Snugglers are specially created to help promote social-emotional learning in young children using research-based techniques. This list highlights the specific items needed to support children’s emotional needs depending on their situation.
With gifts like these, you can rest assured that your little ones receive emotional resources to help them cope with their big feelings.
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