Questions From Listeners A Year Into Pandemic / Anxiety Surrounding A Return To Normalcy / Helping Kids With Autism Returning To School / How The Pandemic Changed Dress Codes
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We’re one year into the pandemic and there may be many questions are on your mind about the next steps for transitioning back to normal; we check in with experts for some answers on the anxiety of returning to school, the workplace, and life as a whole. Plus, a look at how kids with autism are preparing for in-person learning and dress code guidelines post-pandemic.
- CapRadio Managing Editor of Digital Content Chris Hagan talks about the digital team’s weekend of answering COVID-19 related questions and what were some of the most asked topics
- Best-selling author and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times Matt Richtel on his reporting on the anxiety some are feeling from the imminent return of social gatherings
- CapRadio Incoming Insight Host Vicki Gonzalez interviews UC Davis MIND Institute’s Patricia Schetter, who walks us through how to help kids with autism prepare for the return to in-person learning
- Northeastern University Marketing Associate Professor Daniele Mathras discusses how the pandemic will change what people wear to work in the future