Thank You To Our COVID-19 Relief Community Supporters:
BINGO for a Cause
COVID-19 Long Island Philanthropic Response Fund
Includes: Apple Bank, BNB Bank, Bencivenga Family, Billy Baldwin, Brown Family, Claire Friedlander Family Foundation, Dharia Family, Fred and Gilda Nobel Foundation, Greentree Foundation, Horace & Amy Hagedorn Fund, James D. Brown, JM Kaplan Fund, Kisner Family, Lewis Family, Long Island Community Foundation, Marcin-Pastula Family, Mitola Family, MJS Foundation, Nassau County Office of Community Development, New York State Health Foundation, Rauch Foundation, Robert Storfi, Sandy River Charitable Foundation, The Wheeler Foundation, and others.
Greentree Good Neighbor Fund
Manhasset Community Fund
Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock
COVID-19 Response Webinars & Interviews
Long Island Business News Healthcare Forum: COVID-19’s Effect on Mental Health
Anti Asian Bias: What Parents Need to Know
Guidance Center Perspectives on Pandemic 2020, July 23, 2020 – Health Disparities and the Pandemic
Vanessa McMullan Guidance Center Perspectives on Pandemic 2020
How Covid-19 has complicated grief, bereavement and loss, with Ed Paley
Breathing and Breath-work for the pandemic and other toxic stress
North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center Webinar: COVID-19 and Your Children’s Mental Health
Part 2 – Dr. Ariel Botta with Andrew Malekoff – Written expressions on Mindfulness. May 26, 2020
Guidance Center Perspectives on Pandemic 2020 with Dr. Paul Liu, MD
Helping Families through Covid-19 (Extended Cut)
A conversation about Mindfulness with Dr. Ariel Botta and Andrew Malekoff
Helping Kids Through COVID 19
Groupwork during the pandemic, with Elissa Smilowitz of North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center
Covid’s Effects on Mental Health, Long Island Business News, December 18, 2020
Coronavirus News: Parents struggle with back-to-school decisions amid COVID pandemic, ABC News, By Stacey Sager, August 20, 2020
LONG ISLAND (WABC) -- With the academic year about to begin and the debate raging whether in-person, remote or hybrid learning is best for children and staff, many parents are experiencing anxiety over how to safely proceed. On Long Island, Noah and his little brother...
Making the Case for Telehealth, by Andrew Malekoff, Anton Media, July 16, 2020
Two major New York State mental health advocacy organizations—the New York State Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare (the Council) and the Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANY)—have made a formal recommendation that New York State...
Goodbye, germs! A coloring book about staying clean and safe from coronavirus germs
Cohen Children’s Northwell Health Coloring Book makes it easy to talk with your kids about COVID-19. Click Here to Download this coloring book made just for them in an easy to read format.
Covid-19 PTSD is Inevitable, Nikki on the Daily blog, July 2, 2020
As COVID-19 cases begin to surge across the country, again, questions surrounding when life will truly return to normal rise along with it. And yet, our current plight is anything but a mystery. Did we really think we had this thing beat in less than four months? Was...
Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook in English and Spanish
Practice Compassion By Wearing Masks, By Andrew Malekoff, Blank Slate Media, June 15, 2020
Something’s been bothering me. It’s been festering since Memorial Day Weekend. It was crystallized for me the other day when I turned the corner after walking just a few blocks from my home on my way to the neighborhood grocery store. As I turned the corner, I spotted...
Every Day Is Memorial Day, By Andrew Malekoff, Blank Slate Media, May 24, 202
As I write this on the morning of May 25, 2020, I’m struck by what a different Memorial Day this is compared to what we have become so accustomed to. For the most part, there are no large gatherings on the beach; no parades led by high school bands; no throngs of...
Astonishing COVID-19 numbers for U.S., New York and Long Island, by Andrew Malekoff, Blank Slate Media, May 16, 2020
I celebrated my birthday on May 14 in the year of COVID-19. My wife Dale and I usually go out with friends for our birthdays. Obviously, that wasn’t happening this year. So, we ordered in from one of our favorite Italian restaurants. I had baked ziti and Dale had...
Give Yourself – and Your Kids – a Break
LIBN Column April 15, 2020, By Jenna Kern-Rugile Rumor has it that Shakespeare wrote King Lear during the plague. So, how’s working at home during our modern day plague going for you? Social media and other sources are replete with articles about how you can use your...