In the wake of the current COVID-19 pandemic and children returning to school, many children are feeling anxious about having to wear a mask for long periods of time while at school or out in the community.
Here are a few tips for parents to help make their children feel more comfortable about our “new norm” of mask wearing.
About the author
Hi, I’m Dr. Dina Kulik
I live in Toronto, Canada with my very supportive husband, four energetic and delicious sons (all under 10 years old) and two male dogs.
I’m a spin fanatic and adrenaline junky, needing constant stimulation to keep from getting bored (maybe that’s where the kids get it from?). I thrive in organized chaos. Sound familiar parents?
Through this site, and my Kidcrew™ website, I’m hoping to get the conversation started on all things related to children’s health. From breastfeeding challenges, to solid food introduction to managing night terrors – I’ve been through it all both personally and professionally.
Raising healthy, adaptable children is a challenge. No one does perfectly and no one comes out unscathed. Survival is the goal most days!
Let’s chat and make it just a little bit easier with tips and tricks for parenting.
I look forward to connecting!