By Monica E. Oss For children, the pandemic has had some very specific effects. For children physically attending school, the risk of contracting the virus. For children not attending school, social isolation and limited physical activity. Emotional disturbances from changes in routines and family stresses. Economic privation due to parental job losses or earning interruptions. Access to fewer health and mental health services. For health and human service organizations serving children, these factors are the new landscape for consumer service. And the Kaiser Family Foundation provides a great snapshot of the landscape in their new issue brief (see Children’s Health & Well Being During…
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