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  • WaveComm posted an update 1 day, 16 hours ago

    As part of Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Coping with COVID-19 Series: “When someone we love is nearing the end of their life” By Kristen Rohm. It is such a hard time when someone we love is nearing the end of their life. Each moment feels precious and yet we can be exhausted or feel like we’re moving through mud, because of all the emotions. We don’t know what to say or do to support our loved one or ourselves as we face the dying process. Please share our COVID tips. To read Rev. Rohm’s full article, please visit HSB’s resource page: https://bit.ly/2WbBTSc

  • By Jack Smith, Santa Barbara Education FoundationBack in March, when Kelly Choi, Director of the Academy for Success, announced to the students that they would be moving to remote learning, they initially thought […]

  • By Jack Smith, Santa Barbara Education Foundation Teen suicide is one of the most devastating outcomes of depression and mental illness, claiming over 6,000 lives each year and standing as the second leading […]

  • With Homework Drop-offs, Phone Calls, Texts and Zoom, Preschool Educators Never Stopped Teaching During PandemicMasks Required for Teachers, Staff, Parents in Classroom, Not for PreschoolersGOLETA, Calif. – June 3 […]

  • WaveComm posted an update 3 days, 14 hours ago

    As part of Hospice of Santa Barbara\’s Coping with COVID-19 Series: “Appreciating The Now” by Jeanne West. During this time of COVID-19, we are at a unique point in our own personal lives, where we’re asked to slow down, stay home, to social distance and to be thoughtful in just about every act of live we participate in. Jeanne has 5 strategies for slowing down and appreciating the now. Please share our COVID tips. To view Jeanne’s video, please visit the HSB resource page: https://bit.ly/2WbBTSc or view https://youtu.be/56SWSlngdk4

  • WaveComm posted an update 5 days, 15 hours ago

    As part of HSB’s Coping with COVID-19 Series: “Grieving and Memorial at Home” by Kristen Rohm. Many families will have a loved one die during this time of social distancing when we cannot gather to say goodbye, to offer comfort to one another, and to publicly acknowledge a death and honor the life of the beloved. We know this makes a hard time harder and we are holding you and your family in our hearts. To read about things we can do at home while we await the time when we can hold a larger, public service, please visit the HSB resource page: https://bit.ly/2WbBTSc

  • Academy for Success: Keeping Community with Remote Learning

    By Jack Smith, Santa Barbara Education Foundation

    Back in March, when Kelly Choi, Director of the Academy for Success, announced to the students that they would be moving to remote learning, they initially thought the students could at least have some time at school. The students needed to have access to the support staff, get help with school work, and maintain their relationships even if it was just a few hours a week.

    As the situation grew worse, they quickly realized that even this would not be allowed and that they would have to switch to remote learning for the remainder of the school year.

    Before this transition, the Academy for Success changed the lives of…Read More

  • The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History has recently opened summer camp registration for children ages 4–9 to participate with their families at home. Five-day camps run from June 22 to July 10 and may c […]

  • Ella posted an update 1 week, 2 days ago

    Announcing the new Self-Care Series with Leading From Within!

    As we adjust to this strange summer, we are faced with setting new routines. One aid to your routine for June might be learning more about self-care. Our friends at Leading From Within are sharing one video a week with guidance on the topic. Watch Ken Saxon today in this video to outline what Leading From Within means when they say \”self-care\”, and why they keep talking about it.

  • In response to the growing need for emotional and practical support related to COVID-19 in the Greater Santa Barbara area, HSB now offers a comprehensive resource page called “Coping With COVID-19.” It inc […]

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