By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing
In this week’s Sunday Spotlight we focus on local resources to help you and your loved ones during what may be a very stressful time in our lives.
- BestHealth Podcast
- Lewisville Family Counseling
- Journey to Brave Annual Event
- “Write on Track” Virtual Writing Lab from UNCG
Can We Achieve A Healthy Work/Life Balance During COVID-19?
Maintaining a healthy work/life balance can be challenging under “normal” circumstances, and can seem almost unattainable during a pandemic. Hayden Morrison, FNP, talks with BestHealth in this new podcast about the challenges of blurred lines between work, school and home during these times and offers some tips and ways to help us strike the balance our mind, body and soul needs.
As a certified family nurse practitioner, Hayden Morrison is about improving the long term health of her patients through preventative and holistic care with special clinical interests in endocrinology as well as pediatric, adolescent and young adult care.
If you have any question or concerns about COVID-19, you may call the Wake Forest Baptist Health’s 24/7 hotline at 336-70-COVID for assistance, or visit our website for the latest information about the novel coronavirus at WakeHealth.edu/Coronavirus. For more BestHealth podcasts, click here.
Support from Lewisville Family Counseling
“When Life Has You Struggling… We are Here to Walk Alongside You… To Help get YOU Back to Being YOU!”
▪ Feeling blue after baby? LFC treats postpartum depression.
▪ Hate screaming at your kids? LFC offers parenting support.
▪ Is your pumpkin struggling with anxiety/depression/ADHD/behavior/anger/addiction? LFC helps kids ages 3 and up.
▪ Relationship on a downward spiral? LFC counsels couples.
▪ Stressed about work/life balance? LFC will work with You!
Contact and Connect:
YouTube: Lewisville Family Counseling PLLC
Journey to Brave: Supporting the Mental Health of Our Community
The Kellin Foundation helps children, adults, and families heal through mental and behavioral health services, victim advocacy, and community outreach. The nonprofit provides these services for free to people who otherwise would not have access to this kind of high quality care.
Now, more than ever, the Kellin Foundation needs community support at its annual fundraiser, auction, and benefit, Journey to Brave, September 14-18. This will include a week-long campaign, online silent auction, and a premiere virtual event at 7 pm, Friday, September 18.
Suicide, depression, child abuse and domestic violence have increased as this pandemic spreads. But the foundation has continued to provide free services to more than 10,000 people a year. Donate now or view auction items at www.kellinfoundation.org. Or tune into Facebook live on September 18.
“Write on Track” Virtual Writing Lab
Research suggests that children are experiencing “learning loss” during the pandemic caused by missed instruction and remote learning even as parents are spending an average of 13 hours per week helping their children at home. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is proud to introduce “Write on Track” offered through the Speech and Hearing Center at The University of North Carolina Greensboro. This innovative, evidence-based program can help students build their written language skills with the support of speech-language professionals with years of experience addressing literacy challenges. Find more information here. Please contact them through this phone and/or email if you or someone you know might be interested in participating: (336) 334-5939 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today’s Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by Wake Health, Lewisville Family Counseling, the Kellin Foundation, and UNCG Department of Communication and Sciences Disorders.
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