Coping with changing routines and feelings of anxiety and loneliness was the focus of this two-part "Heads Up: Coping with COVID-19 - Overcoming Challenges of Changing Learning Environments " webinar series.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Wraps Up its “Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19” Virtual Roundtable Series With Focus on Seniors
The segment, “The Silver Lining: What’s Next For Seniors,” focuses on senior citizens as they and their loved ones receive the COVID-19 vaccine and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and states loosen COVID restrictions.
Frontline Workers Join D-H’s Heads Up Virtual Roundtable to Discuss Challenges Faced During COVID-19
This week’s segment features workers who have served, and continue to serve, their communities on the frontlines throughout the pandemic.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health joins community partners in marking Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 with informational events and activities
“Taking Care of Ourselves and Others” highlights the importance of mental health awareness in these stressful times
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health System CEOs address the importance of routine health care as COVID-19 guidelines loosen
New segment of "Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19”
Video: “Overcoming Challenges of Changing Learning Environments: Part Two” Featuring CHaD Pediatrician
Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19
NH Department of Education Commissioner Joins D-H's “Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19” Virtual Roundtable Series
The latest segment focuses on helping children and teenagers cope with changes to their day-to-day routines associated with fluctuations in virtual, hybrid and in-person learning, how to navigate feelings of anxiety, depression, social isolation and more.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Re-launches “Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19” Series to Address Ongoing Mental Health Concerns
This virtual roundtable series begins February 10 and features Dartmouth-Hitchcock experts and others discussing topics of concern amid the ongoing health crisis
There are many strategies for managing anxiety and depression and support for anyone who needs it.
On top of the usual amount of child care, household chores and work demands, parents have taken on full or part-time homeschooling and the responsibility of managing abundant family time.