At the time of writing this and recording this podcast, many communities, states and countries abroad are easing up on pandemic related lockdowns. Business are opening and many are experiencing some sense of a return to pre-COVID normal lives and routines.
One such routine is getting our kids back to in-person learning. While it may sound fairly simple, it is not. The world is not the same, safety protocols still need to be considered, logistical challenges are becoming more apparent, classes, such as physical education, sports, lunch times and recess will not be fully back to normal any time soon, if ever.
To help shed light on some things to consider through these challenges, we talked with Anne Inwood, a social worker and the owner of Successful Families Together, a firm that helps parents and children dealing with emotional and interpersonal challenges. Anne has over 10 years of experience helping families and draws upon her professional and personal experience when working with her clients.
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Anne Inwood can be found at successfulfamilestogether.com. She provides a wide variety of services including parent coaching and education, mental health services and emotional development support. I want to thank Anne for her work, expertise and open conversation. Please check out her blog and follow her on Facebook and Linkedin.
Please enjoy the episode, and thank you Anne for your passion and advocacy!
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