Outside of the physical changes that impacted leaders and staff during the pandemic, real conversations began to occur surrounding mental health. Very quickly, discussions about the difficulties people were facing—dealing with remote schooling for children, becoming a caretaker for an elderly parent, contracting COVID-19, experiencing increased anxiety and depression—became prevalent.
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