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It’s essential to address children’s natural curiosity and questions to help them learn, and to engage in regular conversations about diversity and practice inclusivity at home.
With hiking trails in abundance in northern New England, families can get an early start on building nature habits.
Pediatrician Kimberly Gifford, MD, and Susan Pullen, LSCW, D-H, discussed best practices for guiding older children through physical distancing, remote learning and maintaining healthy habits.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health to Present Virtual Forum on Stress and Anxiety in Young People Thursday, August 6, at 7 pm
“Community Conversation: Stress, Anxiety and Mental Health in Young People Amid COVID-19” presented in partnership with Bishop Guertin High School and The Reconnection Project will feature experts discussing mental health concerns due to the pandemic.
During this time of physical distancing, consider getting out and enjoying the northern New England scenery while also supporting CHaD by participating in Climbing for CHaD fundraiser.
This fundraiser supports the Child Advocacy and Protection Program (CAPP) treats children who have been abused, neglected or treated cruelly.
CHaD Pediatrician Steven Chapman, MD, addresses the anxiety many are feeling about children returning to school this fall.