KCTV: Experts share how parents can help children with back-to-school anxiety amid pandemic

September 9, 2020

As children return to school remotely or in person, there is growing concern about their mental and emotional health amid the pandemic.

A Gallup poll found three in 10 parents say their child's mental and emotional health is suffering. 

KCTV talked to experts at Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center about what parents can do to help their children.

Watch the full story below.

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