Presented by The Hartford
Striking an optimal balance of work and home was always a challenging juggling act for family caregivers. But the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t so much blur those boundaries as it did obliterate them. Almost overnight, households were turned into worksites and classrooms and parents into geography and math teachers. These new roles added new stress and anxiety amplified by uncertainty and isolation. This session shares effective coping strategies for caregivers, highlighting the importance of healthy routines, emotional well-being and how best to support children, who, like the adults around them, have also lost their sense of normalcy.
Kimberly Mashburn, RN, CLMS, GBDS, Disability, Absence and Wellness Sales Consultant, The Hartford
Adele Spallone, Spallone, LMHC, LMFT, Vice President Clinical Operations, The Hartford
Dr. Adam Seidner, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, The Hartford