Johns Hopkins Parents and Caregivers Listening Session
This listening session is designed to provide an opportunity to engage employees who are parents and offer a forum to hear their concerns and issues associated with childcare, virtual learning, disability support, and mental health and wellness. Learn how Johns Hopkins University may help employees during this time and how to uplift the resources and supports that Johns Hopkins currently offers.
COVID-19 has affected families and children's ability to go to school, learn, and socialize. In efforts to support and empower Johns Hopkins parents, the listening session will offer a forum to hear from parents and learn how Johns Hopkins may support them during this time.
- Sharing challenges and issues concerning child care, virtual learning, mental health and wellness, and specific needs such as disability support
- Learning about information and resources Johns Hopkins offers
- Jeanne Lovy, director of family support services, Johns Hopkins University
- Annette Anderson, deputy director, Johns Hopkins Center for Safe and Healthy Schools, and assistant professor, Johns Hopkins University, School of Education
Following brief presentations, attendees will go into breakout rooms to uplift their issues and concerns and share challenges.
Send questions in advance to email JHConnects@jhu.edu or text JHUWL to 22333.
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