Coronavirus Coverage - Mental Health | New Hampshire Public Radio

Coronavirus Coverage - Mental Health

Maria Aguirre

A mediados de febrero, el programa The Exchange de NHPR publicó la primera parte de una serie sobre salud mental. En este, discutieron soluciones y recursos para ayudar a la comunidad a atravesar este momento priorizando la salud mental. 

Taking A Toll: Elderly Mental Health

Mar 2, 2021
Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital

For the final show in our three-part series about the mental health impacts of the past year, called Taking A Toll, we talk about older adults. With many facing technological barriers and cognitive issues, elderly people are struggling with isolation and depression. We discuss solutions and resources to help. 

Air date: Wednesday, March 3, 2021. 

Taking A Toll: Kids' Mental Health

Feb 23, 2021
A young boy sits with his head down in his arms.
Good Housekeeping

For the second show in our three-part series about the mental health impacts of the past year, called Taking A Toll, we focus in children. As kids struggle through remote learning and isolation, many are feeling lonely and anxious. We discuss solutions and resources to help. 

Air date: Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021. 

PBS

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, racial injustice protests, and political uncertainy, many Americans are feeling anxious, overwhelmed, and lonely. Meanwhile, many of us are grappling with financial pressure while balancing work from home with all of our other responsibilities. We begin a new three-part series, called Taking A Toll, about the mental health impacts of the past year.  We discuss solutions and resources to help you make it through this difficult time. 

Air date: Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. 

NEW SERIES FROM THE EXCHANGE CONTINUES CONVERSATION AROUND THE PANDEMIC’S TOLL ON MENTAL HEALTH

Nearly a year into New Hampshire’s COVID-19 emergency, stress is a constant presence in the lives of our residents, on our social systems, and in our communities. NHPR’s weekday talk show The Exchange will air a three-part series in February and March to convene important conversations about mental health, featuring experts, conversations with community members, and resources to help.