The same challenges and fears that apply to all children during the coronavirus pandemic are heightened in children with disabilities and those requiring special attention.
Parenting Our Children
The first real holiday conflict between many established religions and the coronavirus pandemic in the United States happens in April.
Two months ago, you could easily have thought the phrase “social distancing” was just another euphemism for “ghosting." But now it seems social distancing has crept in to every aspect of our lives.
Since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit pause on everyday life, many parents with little ones at home are scrambling to figure out how to keep their children occupied and themselves sane.
The all-consuming coverage of the Coronavirus pandemic has had an important and negative effect on the attention given to the 2020 US Census.
Video footage of a thief stealing several Coronavirus (COVID-19) test kits might represent the worst reaction to the ongoing pandemic so far.
Waiting to see what the new realities of everyday life are going to be like during the Coronavirus pandemic? Well, it all starts from home, where you and your kids will be spending most of your time for the foreseeable future.