HES Virtual Health Room
School Nurse – Beverly Danielson, BSN, RN
Feel free to email or call with any questions or concerns during this distance learning time at HES. I can retrieve phone messages via email so leave your number and I can call you back!
(860) 455- 9409 Ext 2
Hello HES families,
You may have heard about a childhood illness (MIS-C) in the news that could be associated with COVID 19. Here is some information from CCMC regarding this. So far it seems to be rare, but can be serious. Any of the following symptoms would require a call to your child’s doctor:
- High fever
- Loss of appetite
- Stomach pain, diarrhea, or vomiting
- Cracked lips
- Red eyes – similar to pinkeye
- Swollen glands
- Pale, patchy, and/or bluish skin
- Racing heart or chest pain
- Decreased urine output
- Weakness, irritability, or confusion
Here is the link for more information:
5/4/20: The CT Dept. of Children and Families would like all parents, grandparents, and caretakers to know there is a hotline available called “Talk It Out”. Call M-F 8am-8pm and weekends 1pm-8pm when you need someone “to listen, to understand, and to talk your feelings out”.
TALK IT OUT LINE
What are some fun and healthy things you are doing during social distancing that make you feel happy? Email me and I can share your ideas!
Hampton Congregational Church Food Pantry, 236 Main Street
If you need to access the food pantry or would like to contribute, please contact Karen Burnham at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860 208 6013.
Available to Hampton, Scotland, and Chaplin residents.
All calls and emails will remain confidential
What is the Coronavirus?
Coronavirus A Book for Children
COVID 19 Topics of the Week: 5/25/20
Local Overview from NDDH
“Local testing data show that COVID-19 is taking hold in northeast CT. We are in a different phase than the central and western parts of the state – as their numbers are decreasing, ours are increasing”
Lets continue to practice social distancing in our community and keep our cases