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How To: Support Your Kids as They Begin the 2020-21 School Year

How To: Support Your Kids as They Begin the 2020-21 School Year

It’s time for back-to-school and this year is looking much different than most.  Virtual, in-person, and hybrid school models are all in play as school kicks off, and parents, students, and school districts are all needing to be flexible to adapt to changing COVID-19 circumstances.

With so much uncertainty surrounding the start of school, it’s important to support your kids and help them build resilience during challenging times, no matter what comes their way. 

Join Jefferson Center clinician Amy Cobb to learn practical tips and tools to provide social and emotional support to your child as they transition into this new school year. 

  • Identifying mild or situational depression
  • How to manage symptoms of depression
  • When you need to get professional help
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