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Resources for Parents - join me for a webinar

Due to ongoing negotiations to extend important programs related to small business assistance in the House of Representatives, the Resources for Parents webinar planned for tomorrow has been postponed.

I hope you will join Congresswoman Bonamici next week instead for this important conversation, on Tuesday April 28th at 2pm.

If you already registered for this event, your RSVP will still be counted for the new date. Please respond with any questions or concerns.

The past month has been a challenging time for the country – and especially for parents who now have children at home learning remotely. With the announcement from Governor Brown that schools will be closed for the rest of the year, many parents and kids are wondering how to cope.

If you're trying to balance your role as a parent with a job you now do from home, if you are dealing with the stress of economic uncertainty, or if you're a frontline worker trying to find childcare, I want to hear from you. And importantly, I want to provide resources to help.

Please join me on Tuesday, April 21st, at 2 p.m. for a webinar: Resources for Parents: A Conversation about Mental Health and Learning During COVID-19.

Resources for Parents: A Conversation about Mental Health and Learning During COVID-19

We will talk about what parents can do to support their children and maintain a sense of normalcy during this difficult and uncertain time. Elena Rivera, Senior Health Policy Advisor with the Children's Institute, will join us to offer resources and guidance and answer some questions.


Looking forward to speaking with you,


Posted on April 16, 2020 in COVID-19 updates.

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