The Kids Are Not Alright: The Future of Whole Child Care | ASU+GSV 2021

Industry leaders discuss how whole-child health care delivery is changing in this conference session from the 2021 ASU+GSV Summit.
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August 18, 2021

Devin Vodicka (Altitude Learning), Brooke Stafford-Brizard (Chan Zuckerberg Initiative), Stephen Smith (Intellispark), Aaron Feuer (Panorama Education), Josh Golomb (Hazel Health), and Robin Lake (Center on Reinventing Public Education) discuss The Future of Whole Child Care at the 2021 ASU+GSV Summit.

Led by Robin Lake of the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE), this panel raises urgent questions and delivers timely solutions at the forefront of whole child care. At this critical moment in education, children’s voices must take center stage as schools partner with EdTech innovators to develop personalized and equitable education plans that put social-emotional learning first.

How do schools balance attention to well-being, inclusivity, and academics? How are developments in telehealth at school and online transforming quality of care and increasing access? At the heart of the discussion is how to provide safe and supportive classrooms after a period of unprecedented disruption.

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About Hazel

Hazel Health, the leader in school-based telehealth, partners with school districts to provide mental and physical health services to K-12 students where they are–at school or home. Hazel’s diverse, culturally competent providers specialize in the health challenges of children and teens and partner with parents and school staff to make the best care decisions for students. Hazel is committed to improving health care equity and is available regardless of family income, geography, insurance status, or ability to pay. Hazel’s mission is to transform children’s access to health care, because when students feel better, they learn better.

Learn more at hazel.co.

About Hazel

Hazel Health, the leader in school-based telehealth, partners with school districts to provide mental and physical health services to K-12 students where they are–at school or home. Hazel's diverse, culturally competent providers work with parents and school staff to transform children's access to health care, because when students feel better, they learn better.

Learn more at hazel.co.

About Hazel

Hazel Health, the leader in school-based telehealth, partners with school districts to provide mental and physical health services to K-12 students where they are–at school or home. Hazel serves nearly 2 million students across 100 school districts, helping to reduce chronic absenteeism and unfinished learning by addressing gaps in health care access. As an extension of the school health team, Hazel helps schools immediately address student physical and mental health care needs. Hazel’s mission is to transform children’s access to health care because when students feel better, they learn better.

Learn more at Hazel.co/hazel-in-schools.

About Hazel

Hazel Health, the leader in school-based telehealth, partners with school districts to provide mental and physical health services to K-12 students where they are–at school or home. Hazel helps school districts address chronic absenteeism, unfinished learning, and school enrollment, by addressing gaps in health care access.

Learn more at Hazel.co/hazel-in-schools.

About Hazel

Hazel Health, the leader in school-based telehealth, partners with school districts and families to provide mental and physical health services to K-12 students where they are–at school or home. Instead of waiting for an appointment with a doctor or therapist, children can see a Hazel provider for a telehealth visit, at no cost to families. With guardian permission, Hazel’s telehealth platform allows children to connect with a health care provider within minutes, or a therapist within days of referral. Hazel’s providers can help with everything from allergies and stomach aches to anxiety and depression. With Hazel, children can get the care they need when they need it.

Learn more at Hazel.co/how-hazel-works.

About Hazel

Hazel Health, the leader in school-based telehealth, partners with school districts and families to provide mental and physical health services to K-12 students where they are–at school or home. At no cost, and regardless of insurance status, Hazel’s providers can help with everything from allergies and stomach aches to anxiety and depression. With Hazel, children can get the care they need when they need it.

Learn more at Hazel.co/how-hazel-works.

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