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Webinar to discuss children stress management

To help parents dealing with fussy and frustrated kids in quarantine, Dr. Colleen Carlos-Viray, a pediatrician specializing in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, will talk about signs of stress in young children and what to do about them. 

Webinar to discuss children stress management
Parents can turn to creative play activities to keep their children busy.
The live webinar, entitled “Managing Stress in Children During Quarantine,” will be hosted by Healthy Options on July 25 at 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. via Crowdcast and Facebook Live. It’s open to all and free of charge. 

To register, go to https://www.crowdcast.io/e/healthyoptionsxbabyganics/register. Limited slots are available. 

According to Healthy Options, the pandemic can also take a toll on young children. Some may be feeling anxious, cranky, or stressed out, while others may not be able to identify and communicate their feelings in times of uncertainty. 

The webinar will help parents and guardians take care of children at home, and learn the best ways to guide them in adjusting to changes brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Webinar to discuss children stress management
Dr. Colleen Carlos-Viray
The all-natural and healthy products retailer suggests nurturing kids’ mental, physical, and emotional health; parents must talk to their children, keep them busy with creative play activities, and nourish them with healthy snacks. 

Topics: Colleen Carlos-Viray , Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics , Healthy Options

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