Just over two months ago, we were told to stay in our homes and avoid contact with other people. We had to adapt ourselves to this new way of living. For some this may have been easier than for others. Maybe you like staying at home – waking up a little later, enjoying your cup of coffee, and saving time …

We can’t go to a physical virtual escape room, but we CAN do one online! Inspired by the Harry Potter escape room that was shared last week, our team in the Truancy Prevention Program created our own version of a Child Guidance Virtual Escape Room. You can take on the Escape Room challenge by yourself or with friends. You can …

We’ve talked a bit about the importance of having structure and routine for yourself and your family, but it can be easier said than done! Perhaps you believe the mental health benefits of routine, but aren’t sure where to get started. We’re sharing a look into our personal schedules during the coronavirus pandemic and talking a bit about the different …

During this hectic time of extended isolation, people of all ages are experiencing feelings of loneliness and frustration. There are difficult changes in schedules and daily routines, and increased expectations in our daily roles at home. This is stressful, overwhelming, and very demanding. For children, especially younger kiddos, difficulty expressing these thoughts and feelings can lead to an increase in …