Back to School
Help for you and your familyas we move into the new school year
As some California schools prepare to resume in-person instruction, parents and teachers have a new round of safety concerns to consider.
Kids may be missing out on traditional back-to-school benefits, but there are other opportunities for growth
It will be a surreal first day of school in Southern California as students embark on a new year from a computer screen at home.
Some children depend on hot meal programs at school. Our nutrition experts share advice for healthy options.
How should teens deal with anxiety, frustration and fear for the future?
One tool for success is structure, but also a willingness to adjust as needed.
Learn how to help children with special needs adjust to being at home for the start of the school year.
Learn some safe ways to help children stay fit while keeping them safe from coronavirus exposure.
When youth sports resume, Southern California parents and coaches will have a new playbook to follow.
Meet Our Experts
Annabelle de St. Maurice, MD, MPHCo-chief Infection Prevention OfficerUCLA Health
Nava Yeganeh, MD, MPHPediatric infectious disease specialistUCLA Mattel Children's Hospital
Shangxin Yang, PhDPathologistUCLA Health
Shilpa Baweja, LCSW, PhDDevelopmental psychologistUCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
Cynthia Whitham, LCSWDevelopmental psychologistUCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
Matthew FlesockExecutive DirectorUCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind
Melissa Brymer, PhDDirector of Terrorism & Disaster ProgramsUCLA–Duke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress
Catherine Lord, Ph.D.George Tarjan Distinguished Professor of PsychiatryUCLA’s Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior
Laura McMullin, PhDClinical Curriculum DeveloperDMH-UCLA Prevention Center of Excellence
Erin MorseChief Clinical DietitianUCLA Health
Michael Wetter, PsyDChild and adolescent psychologistDirector of Psychological ServicesNourish for Life and Medical Stabilization Program