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May e-Newsletter Highlights
As our city continues to recover from the tragic events that took place at the 2013 Boston Marathon finish line, it’s important that we consider the reactions of our kids and know how to talk with them about what happened. Mary Lou Kelleher, VP of Nursing for Franciscan takes us through six pointers on how to handle conversations about tragedies. By Mary Lou Kelleher RN, MS Vice President of Nursing / Chief Nurse Franciscan Hospital for Children
Spring has finally arrived for those of us in the Boston area and many other parts of New England. Warm sunshine and longer daylight have replaced the cold and darker days of winter, and tulips can be seen popping up around the city. For most of us, these signs of the changing seasons are welcomed with open arms, but for as many as one in five Americans (including millions of children) it only means the nuisance of allergy season has begun.
On Thursday, April 25th the gymnasium at the Kennedy Day School (KDS) was buzzing with excitement as staff, students and guests awaited the star of the show. As Pomp and Circumstance began to play, Mariah arrived to her very own KDS graduation ceremony ready to take part in the celebration of her accomplishments during her time as a student.