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Five tips to keep your children mentally healthy in isolation.

Looking after our children and young people's mental health can be difficult even in normal circumstances. There's a lot on their plate with schoolwork, friendships and answering some of life's big questions. It's no doubt made infinitely harder by being at home during isolation, away from their friends and school. So, how do we help keep our kids mentally healthy at this tough time? 

Deputy editor, Jess Lester, spoke to Joel Harris, who heads up youth and social media at mental health charity Kintsugi Hope, about his top five tips to protect your children and young people's emotional wellbeing. 
Click here to read Joel's five top tips