Talk about Ebola is all around and kids are hearing it too. If you have children or students asking questions about Ebola, here are some educational resources we’ve located explaining how Ebola is contracted, the risks of an outbreak, what is being done to treat Ebola patients, and how to talk to children about it. Here is a nicely written-for-kids article
explaining Ebola in a non-scary way. For parents and teachers, you can get informed about the disease using the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They have a comprehensive Ebola section
. The Washington Post has put together a good article on “5 Tips for Talking to Your Kids About Ebola
.” We hope you find these resources helpful.