Talking to Kids About Coronavirus: Live Discussion with Q&A
How do we talk to kids about this pandemic? How can we thoughtfully answer their questions when we have so many ourselves? From parent of toddler to teen, Dr. Cara Natterson is here to help guide parents of toddlers and teens on communicating the importance and gravity of the situation without causing panic and anxiety. Knowing how to balance information with assurance is an art – especially when we may be consumed with grief and overwhelm.
Join us for a live (FREE) Webinar with Q+A on April 8th at 11am PT with Dr. Cara Natterson, pediatrician and award-winning author. Bring all questions about the virus (Does it live on pet hair? Are playdates ok if everyone shows no signs after two weeks? How do I communicate the seriousness ot this situation to my teen?) and how to best keep your children safe and appropriately informed.
Part of The Mother Company’s expert series on Parenting in a Pandemic.
In case you missed the event:
Cara Natterson, M.D., is a pediatrician, popular speaker, consultant, and New York Times bestselling author of multiple parenting and health books, including The Care and Keeping of You, a three-book series with more than six million copies in print, and Guy Stuff, the corollary for boys. A graduate of Harvard College and Johns Hopkins Medical School, Dr. Natterson trained in pediatrics at University of California at San Francisco. After working as a general pediatrician for many years, she founded Worry Proof Consulting, a first-of-its-kind practice offering parents open-ended time. She also provides medical expertise for numerous parenting websites and serves on several boards including Starlight Children’s Foundation, Mattel’s Barbie Council, The Honest Company medical advisors, and Zemcar. Dr. Natterson lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two teenagers. Her newest book, “Decoding Boys: New Science Behind the Subtle Art of Raising Sons”, was released in February 2020.
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