2022 NDM-Program Innovations for the “New Normal”: Making Pandemic Adjustments Permanent for Families
Tanya Camunas, A Child’s Haven; Ben Goodman, PhD, Center for Child and Family Policy at Duke University; and Sonya Ebeling, Medical University of SC Center for Telehealth
Program Innovations for the “New Normal”: Making Pandemic Adjustments Permanent for Families
The COVID-19 health crisis has required nimble and innovative changes to the way programs serve families and children. As areas have begun reopening to some degree, and looking towards future needs, what adjustments have been made during this time merit continuing in the future? Panelists will discuss a range of education, medical, healthcare, and family service programs, touching on issues including increased outdoor programming, the use of telemedicine, and engaging with families through virtual home visiting.
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