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Stress and Children

Children mirror behaviors they observe from adults. This is especially true of our responses to stressful situation like those caused by COVID-19.  Common Signs of Distress in the Young Excessive crying or irritation Bedwetting, toileting accidents Unhealthy eating  Irregular sleeping patterns Acting out or irritability in teens Unexplained headache or body pains Alcohol, tobacco or...

April 12, 2020May 13, 2021by
KEEPING CAREGIVERS HEALTHY
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KEEPING CAREGIVERS HEALTHY

Stress, Anxiety & Depression Feeling overwhelmed Sad or Depressed? Thinking of harming yourself or others? Reach Out to Someone: Call a Friend or Family Member Or Call Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1 (800) 827-8255 (TALK) Text: TalkWithUs to 66746 National Hotline: 1-800-662-4357 (HELP) TTY: 1 800-487-4889 Contact the National Domestic Violence   1-800-799-7233 ...

April 12, 2020May 13, 2021by
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Thermometers: Taking Temperatures and Proper Sanitation

How To Clean Two Types For Safe Use  Direct contact thermometers come into direct contact with your body  Choose a brand that includes a special storage case or cap that fits over the portion of the thermometer that is placed inside the mouth or against the skin. Always keep it stored with the cap. Always...

April 12, 2020May 13, 2021by
List of Best Cleaning Solutions for COVID-19
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List of Best Cleaning Solutions for COVID-19

Soap and water  It’s not fancy, but soap and water work. The soap removes the viral particles that have attached themselves to surfaces — whether it’s your hands, face or countertops — and suspends them in the water, so they can be washed away.  Bleach solution  “Bleach is very effective at killing the coronavirus, as...

April 12, 2020May 13, 2021by
COVID-19 Tips: 11 Foods That You Can Buy and Re-Grow
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COVID-19 Tips: 11 Foods That You Can Buy and Re-Grow

At a time where people everywhere are encouraged to stay indoors to avoid the growing pandemic of COVID-19, it is imperative that we develop creative solutions to problems like the ability to clothe, shelter and feed ourselves.

March 24, 2020May 13, 2021by
AAPDEP’s Project Black Ankh
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AAPDEP’s Project Black Ankh

Mission Black Ankh is the humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization for the African Nation. Our primary mission is to carry out relief operations to assist African victims of natural disasters and other emergencies anywhere they may occur in the African World.    Black Ankh’s work focuses on the following areas: disaster preparedness, disaster response and...

March 19, 2020May 13, 2021by
COVID-19 Tips:How To Prepare for Self-Quarantine or Lockdown
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COVID-19 Tips:How To Prepare for Self-Quarantine or Lockdown

How long should I prepare for? At least 14 days are recommended for a self-quarantine, while the duration of a lockdown depends on the decision of a local government. Given the likelihood that more and more people around the world will be stuck at home, preparing your home for that eventuality is an increasing concern....

March 19, 2020May 13, 2021by
COVID-19 Updates: Restrictions and School Closings
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COVID-19 Updates: Restrictions and School Closings

Coronavirus cases have now surpassed more than 6,130 across 50 states, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia. Governors and city leaders have begun implementing measures to encourage residents to stay home or skip nights out to try to diminish the spread of the virus. This comes on top of guidance the...

March 19, 2020May 13, 2021by