Resilience Series Part 3: Maintain a Routine
Resilience Series Part 3: Maintain a Routine

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  • Establishing and maintaining a routine is one of the best ways to foster a sense of stability and combat feelings of helplessness.
  • Modeling flexibility, especially in times where the only predictable thing is unpredictability is just as important as having a routine.
  • Resilience is a skill, and like any skill, it can be strengthened through practice.
Resilience Series Part 2: Keep Things in Perspective
Resilience Series Part 2: Keep Things in Perspective

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  • Keeping a broader perspective in mind can help children and teens persevere through hard times.
  • Sharing different examples or experiences or can bring hope for the future.
  • Resilience is a skill, and like any skill, it can be strengthened through practice.
Resilience Series Part 1: Letting It Go
Resilience Series Part 1: Letting It Go

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  • Teaching children and teens to evaluate situations will help alleviate stress and build resilience.
  • Being proactive and discussing potential sources of anxiety can help in future decision making.
  • Resilience is a skill, and like any skill, it can be strengthened through practice.
When will a vaccine be available for COVID-19?
When will a vaccine be available for COVID-19?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and
    spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Although highly anticipated, a public vaccine most likely won't make a debut until 2021.
  • Vaccine development has several stages of testing before it's approved, and it's possible more
    than one vaccine will be developed to combat the virus.
Getting Tested for Coronavirus
Getting Tested for Coronavirus

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  • Covid-19 is highly contagious and spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • If you suspect that you have COVID or have had contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID then you should be tested.
  • If you have been tested for Covid-19, you should self-quarantine until the results have been received.
How likely is my family to contract COVID-19, and how sick would we get?
How likely is my family to contract COVID-19, and how sick would we get?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and
    spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Younger children should avoid contracting the disease to avoid infecting friends and relatives.
  • Risks increase drastically during and after the 30-39-year-old age group, especially after 65 years of age.
Utah Car Seat Safety: What You Need to Know
Utah Car Seat Safety: What You Need to Know

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  • Car seats can reduce the chance of a fatal injury by 71 percent for infants and 54 percent for children ages 1 to 4.
  • Infants under 2 should remain in a rear-facing car seat and children under 8 years of age need to be in a car seat or booster.
  • Learning how to properly install and use your child's car seat makes it more effective.
What are typical symptoms of Coronavirus?
What are typical symptoms of Coronavirus?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Covid-19 affects people differently and has a wide range of symptoms ranging from mild to severe.
  • If you suspect you or a family member has Covid-19, isolate the sick person immediately and contact your primary care physician.
How can I prevent contracting Coronavirus?
How can I prevent contracting Coronavirus?

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  • At the center of the 2020 global pandemic, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, is highly contagious and spreads through small moisture particles from the nose and mouth.
  • Keep you and your loved ones healthy and safe by taking safeguards that help prevent contracting the virus.
  • Handwashing, mask-wearing, and physical distancing are some of the most important precautions you can take.
Child Ear Infection Symptoms and Treatment
Child Ear Infection Symptoms and Treatment

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  • Knowing what to look for can go a long way towards helping your child feel their best.
  • Earaches and ear infections are not the same and need to be treated differently.
  • Healthy habits and immunizations are two of the things that help prevent earaches.

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