Over the last year and a half, the kids have had it rough.
Their normal routines were abruptly shut down, leaving them to face a pandemic not comparable to anything in the last hundred years.
Kids saw an immediate change in their ability to spend time with friends and anyone outside of their household, causing them to lose access to supports and connections key to a child’s development and wellbeing. School, sports, clubs and recreational activities were put on hiatus or switched over to an online format that, despite best efforts, sometimes didn’t measure up to the in person experience.
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