Kids pay attention to the news and what adults are saying. On Our Sleeves has expert resources and guides to help you manage life during COVID-19.
How to Talk to Your Kids About COVID-19
Kids pay attention to the news when hot topics dominate it, and they are often curious enough to ask questions. If your children want answers about COVID-19, we suggest a multi-layered approach.
Schools around the country are being closed to try to slow down the spreading of COVID-19. At first, this may sound exciting, but these closings present us with lots of challenges. Here are a few tips to handle the next few weeks.
COVID-19, caused by a novel coronavirus, is a global pandemic. Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
In this episode, Dr. Mike discusses everything you need to know about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 disease. We go beyond the headlines and dive deep, exploring the cause, transmission, symptoms, treatment, risks, complications and prevention of this rapidly evolving pandemic.
On Our Sleeves Resources
Breaks from school and holidays can be stressful for you and your family. Here are 10 tips to help you stay mentally healthy.
Here are tips for approaching difficult topics and initiating a healthy rapport with your child that will last a lifetime.
Ask your kids their favorite joke. Or the best thing about school. Our experts have conversation starters to help you encourage discussions about thoughts and feelings in everyday life.
What exactly is screen time and how do you regulate it best for your child? Our behavioral health experts help answer all your questions about the internet and how your child uses it.
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What exactly is screen time and how do you regulate it best for your child?
Anxiety disorders affect one out of every eight children. Untreated, young people with anxiety disorders are at a higher risk to struggle in school and in their relationships with adults and peers.
Dealing with Loss
While loss affects us in many different ways, it’s important to learn coping strategies for our mental health.
An adjustment disorder is an unhealthy emotional or behavioral reaction to a stressful event or change in a person’s life. The response happens within 3 months of the stressful event.