Dr. Cynthia Samuel, a NJ school nurse, poses an important but often neglected question in this week's guest blog post. How are school nurses doing during COVID19? We have all been so busy adjusting to our "now normal" of physical distancing, virtual health office hours and managing remote working that many of us have not… Continue reading The Relentless School Nurse: School Nurses – How Are WE Doing?
Cissy White is a brilliant writer and speaker. She is a national leader in the ACEs movement and an expert on parenting with high ACEs. Cissy is adamant that the voice and lived expertise of survivors must be heard and honored through inclusion in decision making and policy development. As Cissy says, "it is not trauma-informed if it's… Continue reading The Relentless School Nurse: Cissy White Shares Parenting after ACEs – Small Changes & Huge Differences
New Jersey, like much of the Northeast, was walloped by a bombogenesis, which happens when conditions are ripe for a snowstorm to collide with a hurricane. To quote JC of WeatherNJ, we had a “Kaboom!” event. The world came to a screeching halt as the massive storm dumped snow, mixed with unimaginably cold temperatures and high… Continue reading The Relentless School Nurse: The Blessing of a Snow Day