Single Parenting in Unprecedented Times

Many families have been under tremendous stress and changes since the beginning of this pandemic. However, for single parents, the sudden change of having to adjust has been overwhelming and taxing on them mentally, physically and emotionally. From getting through the day to day life under quarantine while juggling working from home, remote learning, and …

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Impact of Parents Fighting in Front of Their Children

Everyday life is changing, and children may be struggling with significant adjustments to their routines which could Conflict is a natural part of cohabitation with a spouse or romantic partner. Especially during these stressful times, it is normal and healthy to have verbal disagreements with your loved ones when these disagreements are peacefully resolved. However, …

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Understanding Children and Their Emotional Well-Being

Everyday life is changing, and children may be struggling with significant adjustments to their routines which could interfere with their sense of structure and security. Young people, including infants and toddlers are observers of people and their environments. They notice and respond to stress in their parents and other caregivers. It is important to keep …

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How to Host a Virtual Play Date

Having the ability to see friends and family face-to-face is difficult right now and some children might be struggling with this isolation. One of the ways children may be able to engage in activities with their friends is to incorporate virtual play dates.  With the use of Facetime, Google Duo, WhatsApp and Skype, children are able to enjoy fun activities with their …

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Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center responds to COVID-19

“Child care programs across the country are ‘afraid to stay open and afraid to close,’ caught between fear of the coronavirus and fear of financial ruin” Lillian Mongeu, The Hechinger Report Child Care Industry Needs Support The anxiety and uncertainty for the child care providers we serve is immense right now. Rhian Evans Allvin, CEO …

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Launch of The Family Tree’s Online Parenting Education

With the Coronavirus pandemic keeping us at home, parents are in need of support now more than ever. In response, The Family Tree’s Parenting Education staff are getting creative and using online tools to empower parents at home in several different ways, including live parenting classes on Zoom, on-demand video workshops that are available at …

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