CHOP Doctors Offer Tips for Parents on How to Talk to Kids about Racism, Protests

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In recent weeks, our country has seen cases of police brutality and subsequent protests. While these topics can make parents stressed or uncomfortable, they can also leave children feeling scared and confused.

Ken Ginsburg, MD, MSEd, Co-Director of the Center for Parent and Teen Communication, and Roy Wade, MD, PhD, MPH, MSHP, pediatrician at CHOP Primary Care Cobbs Creek, recently spoke with The Philadelphia Inquirer on how to talk about these tough topics with your children and offer age-appropriate advice and ways to get the conversation started.

Read the article here.

Contact: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,

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