Possible Reactions to Traumatic Events and Tragedies
Individuals exposed, directly or indirectly, to traumatic events experience a wide range of reactions during and after the event. Examples of traumatic events include injuries, assaults, robberies, fires, transportation accidents, natural disasters (hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes and floods), death of close friends, family and coworkers, and organizational crises. More...
Coping with Severe Storms
Any severe storm affects people differently. Some who come through the event without injury or serious damage to their homes may feel relief. Others may still be dealing with the stress and anxiety in the storm's aftermath, especially if they are displaced due to power outages, flooding or damage to their homes. More...
Planning in Advance for School Closings and Sick Days
In addition to their primary educational function, schools serve a secondary child care function. This is to say, during the period of time when children are in school, the school is responsible for their welfare, and parents are free to do the things they need to do such as work to support the family. When children cannot be at school for whatever reason, responsibility for children's welfare and care falls back upon children's parents and caregivers. More...
Finding Your Way to a Healthier You
The food and physical activity choices you make every day affect your health—how you feel today, tomorrow, and in the future. More...
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