PUTTING ATTENTION ON ANXIETY
BY ELIZABETH SNYDER AND JOY LAUERER
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact many children and families. In 2021 many schools transitioned back to in-person classes for children, but with waxing and waning cases, some students may find themselves in hybrid formats doing some work at home. Children spending more time at home can lead to social isolation, eating disorders, social restrictions for activities and exercise, and increased social media use.