There are many articles swirling around the internet talking about Covid 19 - Corona Virus, and how to support children at home now that they transitioned to virtual school for a few weeks. Most articles I have read provide practical tips to keep them on a schedule and busy with different activities that can break the day. Here are some quick points on talking about Coronavirus to your young kiddos and how to help them deal their feelings: 1. Manage your own anxiety and model
As the news surrounding COVID-19 (Corona Virus) evolve rapidly, my main priority continues to be the same — to walk alongside my clients in optimizing their well-being. During times like this limiting social interactions in large groups of people, social distancing and good hygiene is crucial in slowing down and/or avoiding the spread of the disease. COVID 19 is a type of virus that spreads quickly and puts certain populations such as the elderly or those with breathing or i
I understand that many people are anxious about the spread of the COVID-19 Corona Virus in our community and across the globe. I want to assure you that the safety, health, and well-being of my clients and our community in general is my highest priority and understand the importance of education and prevention in order to avoid unnecessary anxiety, stress, and panic. Please refer to the following websites for more factual information about COVID-19: Broward Coun
I'm sure you are keeping up with the rapidly changing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation across the world. It seems like now more than ever, we need to be present and flexible to adjust to the current news. As always, but especially now, it seems important to know how to manage stress and be proactive while keeping in mind our safety and wellness.
As members of the modern society, we have available news that keep us informed but can trigger all sorts of fears. While staying in