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Thursday, August 25, 2011
Talking With Your Child About 9/11

Parents are concerned about how to talk with their children about 9/11—what information to include, the message they want to impart, acknowledging the day as a family, and why this conversation is important. 92nd Street Y produced two videos that provide helpful information and a framework to help parents begin the conversation with younger children and teens. The first one, seen above, features Dr. Gail Saltz offering professional advice on how to talk with your young child about that day.

Visit to watch the second video with Dr. Ron Taffel, who discusses how to talk with your teen. You can also find information on all events, lectures and programs for adults and children designed to commemorate September 11th, at 

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