Quarantine guide for adults by children
Sourced from the Dulwich Centre, 'What to do at home during times of quarantine, a guidebook for adults by children' was created by a number of narrative practitioners who consulted children to create thus guide for parents during Covid19, including the Department of Social Work’s David Denborough.
The project came about during the alternative online teaching block of the Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work. In discussion between the department and students it was decided that creating such a guidebook by children for parents would be helpful for so many families at this time.
Mehmet Dinc, a university member from Turkey, came up with the questions, then a number of students, including Aboriginal students Danita Martin and Katie Christensen, interviewed children in their lives, before Mehmet in Turkey. It was David’s task to then edit everything into the charming guidebook that can be viewed below. It’s now circulating widely internationally, including throughout USA family therapy circles.