Parents and experts provide guidance for supporting children to return to school in the COVID-19 pandemic.
- August 26, 2020Source: Yale Medicine
Whether it’s related to COVID-19 or anything else, it’s important to listen.
- August 21, 2020
Experts from Yale Child Study Center, Yale Pediatrics, and Yale New Haven Children's Hospital offered parents advice and solace as they prepare for the start of a new school year during COVID-19.
- August 19, 2020Source: WNPR
The pandemic is raising questions about what’s best for children as they head into a new school year, as many schools continue to finalize plans for this fall and parents make individual decisions for their families.
- August 05, 2020Source: Yale Medicine
Strong emotions during the pandemic are normal, but some may find that their reactions grow worse over time. Yale doctors offer strategies for coping.
- June 26, 2020
We are living through a period of uncertainty that is unprecedented in our lifetimes. Recommendations for physical distancing, worries about health and finances, and juggling work and childcare responsibilities can lead to considerable stress for parents. These and other burdens are experienced disproportionately by black and brown communities, frontline workers, the poor, and caregivers of children with disabilities.
- June 17, 2020
Elevate is working with WHRY to generate the science necessary to break the cycle of poverty through effective mental health interventions for mothers and families.
- May 11, 2020Source: Connecticut Public Radio
Unlike other singular traumatic events, the pandemic is ongoing. Connecticut Public Radio’s Diane Orson reached out to Dr. Steven Marans, a professor of psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine and director of the Childhood Violent Trauma Center at the Yale Child Study Center. She asked about ways to cope when a threat is long-lasting.
- April 29, 2020
In the last of this 3-part series, we will explore the sociological impact of Dr. Nathan Fox’s work into severe early life neglect.
- April 29, 2020Source: New Haven Register
Disruptions in daily life caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are contributing to toxic stress for many children.