Prepared for Amanda D. | Delivered March 21, 2020
Children's Hospital COVID-19 Messaging
To provide examples of messaging (especially visual examples) from national children's hospitals about the coronavirus, in order to create informative print, social and digital messages for a children's care facility in Conneticut.
An attached document can be found
with the cited examples of national hospital messaging visuals.
Children's National released an update for the coronavirus on
, giving their recommendations that come from the CDC including what to do when your child may be exposed to the virus, testing for coronavirus for children, and a visitor screening and policy update.
Under their Rise and Shine children program, Children's National discusses many subjects for parents and children during the coronavirus,
"answers to kids' frequently asked questions, suggestions for how to discuss the virus and school closings."
Rise and Shine
program page provides such things as tips for homeschooling during the virus, talking to kids about the virus and school closings, general information, and more.
Children's National asked Laura Gray, PhD,
a clinical psychologist
, for tips on talking with children about coronavirus school closings.
The article from Laura states that
when explaining the situation
to kids, let them know it is okay to feel frustrated and sad.
Children's National offers a
Facebook live session
about protecting family from coronavirus.
, M.D., an infectious disease specialist, answered questions from parents about coronavirus and how they can implement
In addition to this public search, we scanned our proprietary research database of over 1 million sources and were unable to find any specific research reports that address your goals.
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