Tag: children

New Partnership Addresses Mental Health Workforce Shortage

SAN FRANCISCO—UnitedHealth Group partnered with two California universities to help address a projected shortage of mental health providers within the state. Alongside the University of...

Playgrounds Open In San Francisco With New Regulations

SAN FRANCISCO—Children in San Francisco will now be able to visit the over 180 public playgrounds in the city because on Wednesday, October 14,...

Chicago Ronald McDonald House Damaged During Looting

CHICAGO, IL—The Ronald McDonald House in Chicago, near the children’s hospital, was damaged during widespread looting on August 10. The Ronald McDonald House, located...

Coronavirus Pandemic Impacts Childcare Facilities Negatively

THE BAY AREA—Childcare facilities are facing a difficult choice between the two: closing their institutions as to avoid the spread of coronavirus versus the...

San Francisco Plans To Open “Learning Hubs” To Help With Distance...

SAN FRANCISCO—Mayor London Breed announced on Thursday, July 23, that she will transform recreational centers, community centers, and libraries into “Learning Hubs” that will...

“Stay Over Program” Provides Food, Shelter To Schoolchildren In Need

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco's “Stay Over” program allows the gym at the Buena Vista Horace Mann school to be used as a temporary shelter for...

Let Me Love You!

HELLO AMERICA!—Recently, I was watching a film on the tube, and one of the characters was a young six-year-old male character. He was speaking...

Watching Kids Ain’t Easy

UNITED STATES—Look, I’m not a parent, but I have endured the chaos of watching kids, particularly my nieces and nephews throughout my lifetime. I’ve...

Glued To Social Media And Technology

UNITED STATES—My sister shared something with me that baffled me: my niece is so drawn to her phone that she would be on it...

“The Curse Of Llorona” Delivers The Scares

HOLLYWOOD—Delivering a good scare in the multiplex is no easy task to accomplish. With horror, most audiences are in tune with the ins-and-out of...
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