Washington Post: Sesame Street launches tools to teach coping skills to children who experience trauma

October 6, 2017

Two years ago, Sesame Workshop, the program’s educational arm, created “Sesame Street in Communities,” an effort to work with community organizations and caregivers and provide resources to support families that are dealing with difficult issues, and Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City's Crittenton Children's Center helped in their quest to create content that would be impactful to children and their families. 

Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City's Crittenton Children's Centers CEO, Janine Hron, explained how the experts at Crittenton utilizes Sesame Streets content to help families right here in Kansas City. 

Read the Washington Post's article here

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