Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions. Follow the advice provided by your local health authority.
As families prepare to support their kids with their school and learning in September, join this webinar to discuss the opportunities and journey ahead. Health and education professionals will talk about the current state of affairs of COVID-19 in children, what the physical and mental health implications are for the return to learning, and how educators will support children and families during this pandemic.
Learn more about food safety and preventing foodborne illnesses, especially at a time when we are cooking at home more often. We discuss everyday best practices for food handling and preparation, as well as extra precautions to consider during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us for a conversation about returning to work safely, as well as the legal considerations for employers/employees as operations restart.
How is the pandemic affecting our caregivers, specifically mothers with young children? Watch this webinar which will focus on the presentation of COVID-19 in newborn babies and young children, as well as COVID-19 transmission in breast milk. Our panel will also aim to equip mothers with coping strategies to help their young kids deal with mental health challenges related to COVID-19. Lastly, we hope to provide mothers with tools to help them manage their own COVID-19-related anxiety.
The changes that have been brought on by the pandemic necessitate learning new ways to support children and youth. Join an interactive conversation with Soraya Lakhani: Child Psychologist, and Alisa Simon: Senior Vice President, Innovation and Chief Youth Officer, Kids Help Phone. The session was moderated by Alwaeza Fawziah Bhatia.
WAP introduces “The Sisterhood”, a safe space for women to come together and create meaningful connections in a time of uncertainty. The session, entitled “Lifting the Lid on Loneliness” featured a conversation with Vice President Banu Neleen Esmail, NC Member for WAP Shalina Hooda and WAP Chair Iman Topan. They were joined by motivational speaker Parin Somani, Counsellor, Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor Rozmin Mukhi and Organisational & Coaching Psychologist Taslim Tharani.
Finding Hope In Uncertainty – Coping with the Stress of COVID-19 presented by the Aga Khan Social Welfare Board (USA).
Many of us have been trying to balance our work and home responsibilities as we navigate the new normal during COVID-19. With these lines increasingly blurring, it can feel like we are constantly caring for others and not taking enough time for our own health. This situation is further complicated for those caring for family members with mental health needs. Join Dr. Saira Sabzaali for a discussion on self-care and preventing caregiver burnout.
The final part in a three-part series where women participate in honest conversations with each other about surviving the pandemic, this webinar will focus on getting along as a family. Presented by the Ismaili Women's Committee and the Aga Khan Health Board Kenya.
The second in a three-part series where women participate in honest conversations with each other about surviving the pandemic, this webinar will focus on social isolation and loneliness. Presented by the Ismaili Women's Committee and the Aga Khan Health Board Kenya.
The first in a three-part series where women participate in honest conversations with each other about surviving the pandemic, this webinar will focus on burnout and balance. Presented by the Ismaili Women's Committee and the Aga Khan Health Board Kenya.