COVID-19: why we must protect the mental health of international nursing students

COVID-19: why we must protect the mental health of international nursing students

Posted 30 April 2020 - 10:17 The anxiety and isolation caused by the crisis may be particularly acute for overseas students With lockdown measures in full force across the UK...

Improving the quality of life for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities - Health Insight

Improving the quality of life for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities - Health Insight

Improving the quality of life for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities Home » Advocacy » Improving the quality of life for children with neurodevelopmental...

How Parents Can Support Their Transgender Teens

How Parents Can Support Their Transgender Teens

When teenagers confide that they are transgender or uncertain about their gender identity, their parents may be unsure how to offer support. To understand what types of family...

Return To Work Anxiety? You’re Not Alone.

Return To Work Anxiety? You’re Not Alone.

Return To Work Anxiety? You’re Not Alone. Return to work anxiety getty There are very few experiences in the world that everyone shares. What makes these situations so powerful...

Therapy for Childhood Trauma Can Make a Huge Difference

Therapy for Childhood Trauma Can Make a Huge Difference

By age 16, more than two-thirds of children report experiencing at least one traumatic event, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration...

For Middletown seventh-grader with special needs, family support is key for remote learning

For Middletown seventh-grader with special needs, family support is key for remote learning

2:01 am UTC Nov. 18, 2020 Updated 7:02 pm UTC Nov. 19, 2020 Note: This story is part of the second installment of Learning Curve, a yearlong series of stories following six...

5 lessons from the pandemic for talking to parents

5 lessons from the pandemic for talking to parents

“Excuse me, Miss, could I have a quick word?”   These words can produce a sinking feeling in any member of primary school staff.   Is it imperative that we know about the...

Teenage students in Covid isolation: ‘We’re all struggling’

Teenage students in Covid isolation: ‘We’re all struggling’

I’m on a Zoom call for work in the living room. My teen son is on a class he can’t quite follow in the kitchen. I hear the occasional request of “cameras on!” by a slightly...

Cash for kids: Emerging plans to fight child poverty

Cash for kids: Emerging plans to fight child poverty

“The 360” shows you diverse perspectives on the day’s top stories and debates. The United States has one of the highest rates of childhood poverty in the developed world. More...

Family support charity launches ‘healthy minds’ campaign

Family support charity launches ‘healthy minds’ campaign

As a new YouGov survey reveals over half of parents of under fives are struggling to cope Home-Start Aberdeen has launched a ‘Healthy Minds’ campaign in efforts to raise...

Remote Learning in Pandemic Tougher on Some Students and Parents Than Others

Remote Learning in Pandemic Tougher on Some Students and Parents Than Others

Every day when Oscar Barrett picked up his three young children from his mother’s house, his first question was “how was school today?” Most times he received shrugs or...

Every child used to matter: a summary of “Remembering when Every Child Mattered”

Every child used to matter: a summary of “Remembering when Every Child Mattered”

Michael Gove certainly put the “Tory” in “peremptory”. When he took office in Sanctuary Buildings, it was as the secretary of state for education, not children. He gave Every...