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With school starting, BronxTalk featured a panel discussion on vital mental health support services provided for students. Todd Karlin, Psy.D, Chief Program Officer for Astor Services for Children & Families and others talk about best practices and policies on how the city’s DOE can serve Bronx children best.
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What a sweet way to start the school year! Thank you to Enterprise Fleet Management for bringing smiles and scoops to the kids at the Residence yesterday. It was much appreciated!
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What a sweet way to start the school year! Thank you to Enterprise Fleet Management for bringing smiles and scoops to the kids at the Residence yesterday. It was much appreciated!
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September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day.
Even with friends and family around, someone experiencing emotional pain or suicidal thoughts can feel isolated. You may sense something is wrong, but not realize how serious it is. Trust your instincts and reach out, especially if the behavior is new, has increased or is related to a painful event, loss or change. The warning signs for suicide include sudden mood changes, withdrawal, changes in sleep, feelings of hopelessness, talking about wanting to die, putting affairs in order, feeling trapped, reckless behavior, and increased drug and alcohol use. Learn more warning signs at www.suicideispreventable.org
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"I don’t think there is anything more important that we could be doing as a community than serving these children."
—Kate Kortbus, Board Chair The Children’s Foundation of Astor
"...We feel like we have a neurologist, therapist and soon a psychiatrist who can help us across the continuum. Thank you for working diligently to provide services during this difficult time to so many in need. "
—Astor Parent
"With the help of Daphna, Stephanie, Liz B., Liz R., and the caring receptionists, we’ve watched our child regain confidence, motivation and joy."
—Astor Parent
"We truly thank you for helping us find our child again! God Bless You."
—Jane Smith, Parent
"Ms. McFarlane has been amazing! She has worked very well with my scholar and has helped him learn of ways to cope with his emotions. He looks forward to her visits and enjoys having her in the classroom."
—Astor Parent
"Isabelle is an excellent therapist. [She] has been able to bring to light issues in our family dynamic and offer solutions that I hope we can continue working on effectively after her time with us is done."
—J.D.

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