7 tips from the National Deaf Center (NDC)
Janick Hickman, Mental Health Counselor, CHC-FL
Transitioning to online/distance learning has been an adjustment for students and parents alike. A learning process that, for many, has been filled with mis-starts, stumbles, and anxiety. Being prepared, having access, knowing whom to contact and taking care of yourself are all ways to help reduce anxiety and have a more positive experience.
Please click the video below to learn about remote schooling tips in this ASL video with voiced English from the National Deaf Center (NDC). Click the cc symbol when it appears to activate captions. You may also need to enable captioning within the settings of the device you’re using.
Click below to view video (ASL)
For additional information and resources on coping skills during this difficult and unprecedented time, please click here to connect with CHC-FL on Facebook. Or click below to submit an inquiry to us.
Janick Hickman, MS, is a mental health counselor with the Center for Hearing and Communication in Broward County, Florida.
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