Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Resources
As coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to spread across the world, we have compiled a list of resources about the disease and what measures you can take to prevent infection below:
- How to Wear a Mask like a Health Hero! – Action Network
- Tips for Helping Kids Wear Masks – Action Network
- What is Social Distancing? – Action Network
- Pediatric Transplantation in the Time of COVID-19 – PHTS & Action Network
- American Society of Transplantation – COVID-19 Information
- Frequently Asked Questions from Transplant Recipients and Candidates – AST
- How to Talk to Your Kids about COVID-19
- CDC Coronavirus Disease Homepage
- CDC Steps to Prevent Illness
- CDC COVID-19 Facts
- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public: Myth busters
- What Heart Patients Should Know about Coronavirus – AHA
- NIH Clinical Trial of Remdesivir to Treat COVID-19 Begins
- Ending Isolation for Immunocompromised Persons with COVID-19
- Flattening the Curve
- COVID-19: What to know?
- COVID-19 FAQs For Children with Solid Organ Transplant or Heart Failure
- CHD and COVID-19 – Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
- Implications of COVID-19 for Heart Transplantation – Cardiology Advisor
- Inflammatory Conditions with Kids with COVID
Wondering how to talk to your children about coronavirus?
Schools are closing, family vacations are being postponed and sports games are being canceled. While this viral pandemic may feel overwhelming as an adult, imagine how it feels for a child. As the news cycles and daily adult conversations continue to revolve around the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic, parents are encouraged to check in regularly with their kids to see how they’re processing information they’ve heard and coping with the many changes occurring around them, says Enduring Hearts Scientific Advisory Committee Member Melissa Cousino, Ph.D, a pediatric psychologist at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.