Parenting Through a Pandemic

Dec 30 , 2020 | COVID-19

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Parenting under the strain of a global pandemic has changed and been adapted for so many. Once lockdown began, the concept of ‘home’ transformed from a reprieve from schooling or work, to the setting for all facets of life.  And while working from home, parents also had to assist their children with online learning—caring for their young ones around the clock. Our Host James Chau explores the challenges and after-effects of the lockdown on parents and children all over the world, as many nations resume some sense of normality.


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