New estimates show that more than 167,000 children under 18 (a number growing rapidly) have lost a parent or major caregiver to Covid-19. Psychologists say deaths under such circumstances are also much more difficult for survivors to adjust to and will have a major impact on the US. Experts discuss how these “forgotten grievers” are coping and what actions might help ease the impact on them and to the nation.
- John Bridgeland, co-founder and CEO, Covid Collaborative
- Dr. Dan Treglia, Associate Professor of Practice, University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice