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The Next Black Child

In the midst of a global pandemic, rising unemployment and economic instability, it is ongoing racial injustice that has propelled the civil unrest we have all witnessed over the past few weeks. “The painful and frustrating reality is that all the children are not well. In too many instances, Black children are not well.” The next Black child to die due to the color of their skin could easily be one of the children whom we at ICS are committed to serving and advocating on behalf of today.
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States and Providers Adapt to Deliver Home Visiting Services

The COVID-19 pandemic has made in-person home visits impossible in most cases. A survey conducted by the Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative in early April 2020 found that 88% of agencies implementing home visiting were required to stop in-person visits. Survey respondents reported relying equally on video conferencing and telephone (44% each) to conduct visits during the pandemic. The two most commonly reported major challenges to using interactive video conferencing
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COVID-19 blog: Navigating “Stay-at-Home” Families During the Coronavirus Experience

…go to sleep and wake up at consistent times, set timeframes for meals, and create chunks of time for major activities such as work-related, school-related, physical exercise, connecting with others through technology, and family entertainment and playing...Dress for the social life you desire, not necessarily the more limited social life you have during this period of time. Put on some bright colors—how we dress can impact our mood and feelings about the day.
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