Educational Settings & COVID-19: Commonly Asked Questions Am I going to get COVID-19 by teaching in the classroom? Research has shown that teachers and staff do not have significantly increased risks compared to other occupations. In schools, the biggest risk is adult-to-adult spread when mitigation is not being followed, such as eating/meeting close together without
More and more students in our area are being given the chance to return to in-person learning, and it has been a long and weary time since last March for many of you. Some families are still feeling uncertain about what this means, and what is being done to protect students and staff returning to
This holiday season, our providers received the best present that we could have asked for. Just before Christmas, we were offered our first dose of the Pfizer COVID vaccine. For many of us, there were big emotions that bubbled up in a teary release of all that we have pushed down in order to care
Of course you have heard us talk about how healthy food is so important for your child’s growth and development. However, many people are unaware of the lifelong mental and physical health problems that can result from not being able to count on meals on the table. As part of our ongoing efforts to deliver
This year has brought so many new challenges for all of us. Gratitude is a powerful tool for resiliency, and we wanted to take the time to recount some of the many things that this year has helped us to appreciate even more. The honor of being able to face new stresses alongside your family.
Pediatric Associates of Charlottesville is happy to announce that we have completed Safe Space Training with SafeCville http://cvillepride.org/programs/safe-space-training/. This is part of our ongoing effort to welcome all patients regardless of gender, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, economic status, or family composition. We strive to continue to improve upon our commitment to welcoming those in the