PARENTING DURING COVID-19: KIDS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Showing of 5 results
We talked with a UH pediatric infectious disease specialist to learn more about why children should get a COVID-19 vaccine and the part that children can play in stopping spread of the disease – and halting development of coronavirus variants.
Some holiday traditions involve little risk of spreading COVID-19. Others—such as travel, worship services, and group meals—pose more danger. Make these swaps to keep your family healthy this holiday season.
These are challenging times and almost everything about our daily lives looks different. Here are tips from UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospitals to support your family as you work, live and learn during COVID-19.
It's happened: Your child has symptoms of COVID-19 or is under investigation for having coronavirus. What should you do? First of all, don't panic. The vast majority of children who develop COVID-19 will experience only mild symptoms.
Covering faces helps slow the spread of viruses, but it also blocks the view of the friendly smiles and encouraging facial expressions that typically set kids at ease.