Supporting Children after Crisis and Loss – One Year Later
(September 27, 2018 Morning and Afternoon Sessions)

Drawing on over 30 years’ experience in providing support in the aftermath of tragedy, David J Schonfeld, MD, the Director of the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement ( ), will offer practical advice and answer questions about what we all can do to offer support to children in times of crisis and loss, as well as how to prepare children for the one-year anniversary of 1 October.

Preparing for the Anniversary of 1 October: A Parent Guide for Talking with their Children is a resource that addresses questions and concerns that parents may have as we approach the one-year anniversary of the 2017 Las Vegas community shooting and offers advice on how parents can support their children.

Both sessions are open to the public.

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Chapter Mission
Chapter Focus
To better the lives of infants, children, adolescents, and young adults throughout the state of Nevada by improving child health through increased access to care; legislative and community advocacy; support of research; education of pediatric healthcare providers; and support of the Chapter's members.
The Nevada AAP Chapter is an organized group of pediatricians located across the state. Our mission is to be sure that Nevada's children are safe and healthy, and grow up to be productive citizens. In order to facilitate this goal, we recognize the increasing need for improved Access to Care and the importance of higher Immunization Rates.