Social Distancing With Kids

March 26, 2020 11:45 AM

How to handle your children’s new routine during this global pandemic.

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Caring for children during the COVID-19 outbreak can mean more than just practicing good hygiene. When social distancing is a must, establishing routines, behavior management and information on how to schedule your day can help provide some structure in a time of uncertainty.

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During a Michigan Medicine Facebook live Q&A, developmental behavioral pediatrician, Jenny Radesky, M.D., offers guidance to parents navigating through this unexpected new norm.

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