Coronavirus Could Force Closure Of Summer Camps And Programs, Parents FearIt's not just the closure of city pools and beaches that have parents concerned about upcoming summer plans. Camps and community programs could also be sidelined for the season; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Coronavirus Update: Will Summer Camps Be Canceled Because Of COVID-19?Will summer camps proceed as planned? That's one of many question parents and children have right now; CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
How Parents Can Help Kids Cope With Coronavirus WorriesSocial distancing has been tough for all of us, especially for kids. CBS2's Cindy Hsu speaks with an expert for some advice.
Coronavirus Update: Brooklyn Mother Describes Scary Birth Without Husband In Delivery RoomIt's a scary time for expecting parents who will head to hospitals to give birth during this pandemic. CBS2's Ali Bauman spoke to one Brooklyn mom about her experience and her warning for others.
Coronavirus Update: Families, Couples Learning How To Work From Home TogetherThe last few weeks have been the ultimate stress test for families and couples, who are stuck inside, working from home with no alone time; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke to some people figuring out how to make it work.
Coronavirus Update: Quarantine Putting Strain On Relationships, MarriagesLiving in a locked-down world seems to be bringing out the best and worst in our relationships, including a lasting impact on marriages; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Parents Plan Virtual Vacations For Spring BreakFor many students and teachers, this week would be spring break, but as the quarantine continues, trips have been canceled and kids remain cooped up inside. But some parents are still finding a way to getaway online; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Coronavirus Update: Children In Foster Care Among Those At Risk Amid PandemicThe White House confirmed Tuesday that communities of color and the poor are getting hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, and children in foster care are among those falling through the cracks; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Coronavirus Strain: Quarantine Has Some Relationships Feeling Like 'I Love You, Now Go Away'Most families are still cooped up and quarantined at home, and in some households, it's taking a major toll on relationships. CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Coronavirus Update: Many Children With Autism Not Getting Classes, Services They Need During PandemicApril is Autism Awareness Month, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just announced that 1 in 54 children in the United States is diagnosed with autism. CBS2’s Cindy Hsu spoke to parents about the challenges in the community, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Families Concerned About Paying Nannies While Working From HomeAs families are asked to stay home and practice social distancing, some are no longer in need of their domestic caregivers. So what does that mean for their pay? CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Coronavirus Update: Families Finding Ways To Celebrate Life's Big Events Despite VirusEven though travel and public gathering restrictions have ruined many plans, couples and families have already triumphed over the virus to celebrate weddings, bar mitzvahs and other big events. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
'Chalk The Walk' Trend Spreads PositivitySee the movement that aims to bring positivity during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Parents Putting Kids To Work With Chores While Home From SchoolParents across the tri-state area are getting creative when it comes to finding things to do with their children who are home from school amid the coronavirus pandemic; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Coronavirus NYC: City Life Amid The PandemicSo what's New York City like under the shadow of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak? CBS2 producer Nick Kasanzew takes a walk around Manhattan to find out.
Parenting Expert Offers Tips On How To Keep Kids Safe, Healthy & Comfortable On VacationParenting and lifestyle expert Amanda Mushro says there are some gadgets, gizmos, tips, tricks and toys you may want to look into. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas and Cindy Hsu reports.
How To Talk To Children About CoronavirusThe coronavirus outbreak is making people young and old anxious, but there are ways parents can ease their children's fears. Clinical psychologist Dr. Robin Goodman shares her advice.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Introduces New Plan To Help Student ParentsIn New York State, 18% of college undergraduates are parents and almost half of them are single mothers. Now, there's a new plan to help students with infants or toddlers handle the financial burden; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
'Sesame Street Live' Returns To MSGEveryone's favorite muppets are throwing a party in the new show coming to Madison Square Garden. Juanita Dilia Olivio joined CBS2's Hazel Sanchez and Cindy Hsu with a sneak peak.
Hot New Playthings On Their Way To Toy Fair 2020 At Javits CenterThe Javits Center will transform into toy land as this year’s Toy Fair takes over from Feb. 22 to Feb. 25, 2020. Parenting and lifestyle expert Amanda Mushro shares a sneak peek with CBS2's Hazel Sanchez and Cindy Hsu.
Smartphone App Can Possibly Help Detect Eye Problems In ChildrenCould all those hundreds of photos you have on your phone be a key to detecting serious eye problems in your children? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Home Visit Program To Help NYC Mothers UnveiledNew York City's First Lady, Chirlane McCray, on Wednesday unveiled a new program to help new mothers.
Tips For Parents Talking To Children About Grief After Death Of Kobe Bryant, His Daughter And 7 OthersOne week ago, the world was touched by the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant, his young daughter and seven other people in a helicopter crash in California. So how can we talk to our kids about these tragedies? Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge, a pediatric mental health expert and psychologist, has some tips.
Kids Week Promises Interactive Fun At Intrepid MuseumThe week-long event lets kids get involved in hands-on workshops, performances, animal shows and science demonstrations where science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) take center stage. Franz Lucien highlights what's to come for CBS2's Cindy Hsu and John Elliott.