7 On Your Side: What to do if your child is anxious about in-person learning

 
Leaving the virtual classroom could cause real life anxiety for kids. 7 On Your Side spoke with an expert about the signs parents and guardians should look for as children transition to in-person learning.

“It’s extremely important to realize that there could be some regression in regards to the adjustment of getting back into school,” said Dr. Asha Patton-Smith.

The Kaiser Permanente child psychiatrist said after a year of near constant change for children, getting back to “normal” is anything but.

 

Watch the full interview on WJLA.

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