Prepping for a Summer at Home
It seems increasingly likely that this summer will be different than we would have expected a few months ago. For students, summer will continue to be a well-earned break and a chance to spend more time relaxing. That said, many children, teens, and adults will be faced with a range of losses and limits that will add to our list of things to grieve and problems to solve. For example, how to replace the structure, fun, and social interactions that camp typically provided while at home with working parents? Or how to create summer experiences that we look forward to and will create memories and meaning?
The Dragonfly team is hard at work developing a series of workshops to help parents and teens plan for a healthy, meaningful, and fun summer. We hope to have more details ready by the end of May. In meantime, if you have any questions or specific requests of topics you would like us to cover, please feel free to send to firstname.lastname@example.org