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COVID-19 Vaccine Series Part VI: COVID-19 Vaccine Myth Busting
The team at Hazel Health is here to help bust COVID-19 vaccine myths.
COVID-19 Vaccine Series Part V: I got the COVID-19 vaccine. Now what?
What happens after you get the COVID-19 vaccine and how can you protect others from getting COVID-19?
COVID-19 Vaccine Series Part IV: What can I expect when I get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Learn about what to expect as you prepare to get your COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID-19 Vaccine Series Part III: Who Should Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?
Which members of your family should get a COVID-19 vaccine?
COVID-19 Vaccine Series Part II: How does the vaccine work and is it safe?
By getting vaccinated, you can also help protect people around you.
COVID-19 Vaccine Series Part I: How will the vaccine protect my family from getting COVID-19?
Learn how the COVID-19 vaccine can protect you.
COVID-19 Holidays Part Two: Seven New Ways to Make Memories at Home this Holiday Season
Make this holiday season safe and memorable.
COVID-19 Holidays Part One: Six Safety Guidelines to Consider as You Plan Your Holiday Season
If you attend or host a holiday celebration, consider these guidelines for gathering.
Is it Allergies, the Flu, or COVID-19?
Many of the symptoms across these three illnesses are similar, but there are a few key distinctions that can help you spot the difference.
4 Ways to Support Emotional Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
During the pandemic, your family can practice these four strategies to support emotional health at home.
Seven Answers about Three Types of COVID-19 Tests
Since COVID-19 began several months ago, counties and states have reported the number of new cases every day.
Asks for Masks: Your Mask Questions Answered
Learn how to help your family practice good mask habits during COVID-19.
Seven Ways to Celebrate Halloween Safely During COVID-19
With some creativity and small adjustments to traditional Halloween activities, there are many things you can do so your kids don’t lose out on the fun of this spooky celebration.
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COVID-19: Learn how Hazel can improve access to care for K-12 students
Hazel services are offered with $0 patient responsibility for all students through the 2020-21 school year for at-home or in-school doctor visits, due to these unprecedented times. Get in touch with us to learn more.
A father was concerned when his son was showing COVID-19 symptoms. His school uses Hazel, so he was able to contact a Hazel doctor from home.
The Hazel provider recommended he get a COVID-19 test and shared resources to help find a testing center in their area. The father was eager to help his son feel better and appreciated being able to quickly get answers and advice.
A student came into the nurse's office with a sprained ankle. After icing her foot, she still was in pain, so the nurse called Hazel. Thankfully, her family had provided consent for over-the-counter pain relief because she was able to take some medicine and return to class feeling better.
After the visit, the Hazel provider reached out to the school nurse to check on the student’s injury. The nurse shared that the student’s ankle was improving, and she appreciated the follow-up.
A mother noticed her son was getting low on his asthma medication. She tried to schedule a visit with his doctor to refill his prescription, but no appointments were available. She didn’t want her son to run out of medicine, so she reached out to Hazel.
The provider was able to send the refill to a local pharmacy within one day. The mother was happy that her son would have the medicine he needed. She was also amazed at how easy and fast the entire process was.
A student was coughing and sneezing a lot, but her family wasn’t sure if she was sick or had allergies. Thankfully, her school used Hazel, and they could get an answer.
After talking with the school nurse and the Hazel provider about her symptoms and medical history, the student was happy to find out it was likely allergies. She got some medicine and returned to class feeling better.
During the pandemic, a high school student was having a hard time coping. She was sad about COVID-19 impacting her senior year, and she was worried about the state of the world. The student was also struggling with some personal conflicts, and she felt she didn't have the right support at home. After discussing her feelings, a Hazel doctor connected her with resources that she described as “life-changing.” She was very grateful and shared that she didn't know where to go for help before Hazel.
Shortly after COVID-19 began, a student began to develop tics. Her parents took her to a neurologist, but they wanted to get her into counseling as well. The student’s mother was having a hard time finding answers to her questions and didn’t know where to start the process, so she turned to Hazel.
The Hazel doctor listened as the mother shared her concerns and frustrations. Hazel reassured her that they would find the right services for her child. After the initial visit, the Hazel doctor partnered with the school counselor and the student’s mother to identify resources and counseling services that are a good fit.
A student came into the nurse’s office because his vision went blurry. The Hazel doctor looked at his eyes, but he did not see any injury. As he asked him questions about his symptoms, he started to sense that he was down about something. After a few minutes, the student shared that he was really sad because his mom was recently diagnosed with cancer. He explained that he feels worried, and it’s hard for him to focus.
Hazel called home, and the student’s mother confirmed her diagnosis. They discussed how to help manage the child’s stress, and Hazel offered to connect the child with counseling resources through the school. The mother was very grateful for the guidance and was eager to get her child help during a stressful time.
Hazel Health has been integral this year in getting our students the mental health services needed to help them live healthy lives. The staff has been attentive, prompt, and resourceful. There is an evident sense of caring for the work they do and the students they serve. It has been a pleasure partnering with Hazel Health in providing mental wellness for our Garland ISD families.