PTSD During a Pandemic for Parents with Medically Fragile Children
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PTSD During a Pandemic for Parents with Medically Fragile Children

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PTSD During a Pandemic for Parents with Medically Fragile Children



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It’s not uncommon for parents and caregivers of children with neurologic conditions to experience PTSD.

In this video, listen to a caregiver and a psychologist discuss the impact that this has – especially during times of isolation and stress like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Hillary Savoie is founder and director of the Cute Syndrome Foundation and the mother of a child with multiple genetic mutations. Kate Junger is a clinical psychologist and associate professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. 


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