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Help Resources for July 4

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Resources Tagged With: video

Sadness and Loss During Shelter in Place [presentation] [video] [downloadable]

Are you or your kids experiencing loss as a result of our current situation? You are not alone. Loss can produce feelings of anxiety and sadness. Hear about how the stages of grief apply to our experiences today and how loss is showing up in unique ways for all of us right now. You’ll also learn strategies that you can use to cope with these feelings of grief and loss. Read more ›

Kids Who Worry [presentation] [video]

All kids have fears. Fears about the current uncertainty we are living with; questions about when they will be able to see their friends again; worrying about if they will get sick, or worse if someone they love will get sick. How do you as a parent know whether your child’s worries are cause for concern? Read more ›

Responding to Your Child’s Challenging Behavior [presentation] [video]

What do you do when your child’s behavior leaves you feeling frustrated and powerless to respond in a positive way? Sometimes you don’t know the best way to respond to your child’s behavior, whether it’s slamming the door, a blowout, withdrawal, arguing and just plain defiance. Learn about some effective strategies you can use to respond to your child’s challenging behavior. Read more ›

Managing Stress with Mindfulness Strategies [presentation] [video]

Our kids are confronted with demands, full schedules, social pressures and even world events that result in stress. All children respond to stress in different ways – some responses are more productive than others. Discover how you can help your kids develop habits and responses that reduce their worries with mindfulness strategies. Read more ›

How to Serve Students With Special Needs From Afar [video]

About 14 percent of all public school students receive special education services, and for many of them the switch to remote learning has been difficult on families and the schools that teach them every day. How are schools adjusting? What resources are they turning to? And what’s most important to focus on? Read more ›

ADHD During Shelter-In-Place: How to Survive and Thrive [video] [downloadable]

In this webinar, Dr. Edward Hallowell, one of the world’s experts on ADHD, spoke about how the key supports for ADHD: therapy, medication, coaching, structure, physical exercise, and connection, are even more important during this difficult period. Read more ›

Raising Awareness of Invisible Disabilities [video]

For her Girl Scout Gold Award project, local teen Lavanya Kannan chose to tackle an issue that she has personal experience with, invisible disabilities. Read more ›

CHC in the News: Addressing Children’s Negative Behavior During the COVID-19 Health Crisis [video]

Dr. Ramsey Khasho, chief clinical officer at Children’s Health Council, appeared on KTVU News to discuss how parents can address children’s negative behavior during the COVID-19 health crisis. Read more ›

Using Zoom to Hold Classes Online? Read These Best Practices for Securing Your Virtual Classroom [video]

As schools across the nation have closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus, many educators have turned to Zoom to conduct classes online. Zoom has created several resources to help you create and maintain a safe and secure learning environment for your students. Read more ›

Parenting Resource: Answering Your Young Child’s Questions About Coronavirus [video]

Zero to Three, a national nonprofit organization that informs, trains and supports professionals, policymakers and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers, has assembled some age-appropriate responses to the common questions a toddler might have about coronavirus. Read more ›

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