COVID is Stressing Children. How Can Adults Help?

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Research shows trauma in children often results from stress that is chronic, unpredictable or prolonged.

In other words, the story of COVID-19.

More than two years into the pandemic, stresses are surfacing not only in K-12 students in Georgia, but in the adults who care for them.

This article features commentary by Jennifer Miller, co-founder of the Social-Emotional Learning Alliance for Ohio and author of “Confident Parents, Confident Kids.”

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