Resources to Help Children Deal with Violence
Parents should “check in” with children of all ages after a school shooting, but many may ask “What should I say?”
To help you help others, the National Council on Family Relations has put together an extensive list of resources from reputable organizations to help families, educators and anyone working with children address the situation. These include materials from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Psychological Association, Extension, and U.S. Dept of Education.
Simple challenges that can lead to healthier lifestyles for West Virginians, that’s the concept behind WVU Extension Service’s website: LIVEWell West Virginia.
The site offers a weekly health challenge, healthy recipes and participant blogs. Links to other community-based WVU and WVU Extension resources are also provided. The goal is to create a place where visitors can set their own goals to improve their well-being.
We understand that if you set an unrealistic goal then you’re setting yourself up for failure. Our challenge focuses on simple and realistic steps that you can incorporate into your daily routines.