Now more than ever, it’s important to break down the stigma of youth mental health and let others understand that reaching out is not a sign of weakness but a step in the right direction.
This informational material discusses characteristics that students should look for in a trusted adult.
Linda Haynes, an asthma nurse practitioner with the Asthma Action Team at Boston Children's Hospital Primary Care Center, answers important questions about asthma and how to manage it so that children with asthma feel safe and empowered.
Sometimes we see something on the Internet that makes us feel uncomfortable. This can happen when we are playing a game on the Internet or perhaps even talking to someone on the phone. When this happens we need to tell an adult we trust. An adult we can trust could be a grandparent, teacher, mom, dad or police officer. This video can be played when teaching a lesson on identifying trusted adults and health professionals.
Come with Penny and KidVision VPK children as they experience a lifesaving trip in the ambulance, a vital-sign check-up in the ER, a CT scan in the imaging department, and see what a patient room is like.
Dive deeper into a teacher's career and find out how this community helper assists in emergency situations. Make A Plan: Download, print and complete these resources to practice emergency preparedness in your home or classroom.