The flu isn’t the only health crisis families and their employees have to address this year as we approach the winter season. Public health experts are fearing a potential “twindemic” between COVID-19 cases and the flu. Here are some preventative actions to help keep your family and nanny healthy and protected over the next several months.
Halloween is the time for trick-or-treating in the neighborhood, visiting haunted houses, and going to costume parties. But how do you celebrate Halloween during the pandemic this year? Traditional activities may not be happening in your town and can increase the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19. Here are some steps to make Halloween safer and some alternative ideas for fun activities.
As children return to school, they may have concerns about going to school during the pandemic, why school looks different, and whether it’s safe for them and their families. Here’s how you can help your children make sense of what they hear in a way that is honest, accurate, and minimizes anxiety or fear.
As children return to in-person school during the pandemic, parents are looking to keep their children and everyone in their household safe. Here’s how to protect your children and family members during these times.
Change can be hard. Especially if a beloved caregiver is moving on or needs to be let go. Transitioning to a new nanny can be difficult. Here are some helpful tips that can help ease the change for you, your children, and your new nanny.
Wearing a face covering is an important way for all of us – including children – to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. While it may be hard for a child to put on a mask, the more knowledge they have, the better chance for success. Here are 8 tips to help your child wear a mask in public.