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Get Out 2.0: How to Safely Enjoy the Outdoors with Kids During COVID

February 26, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Get Out 2.0: How to Safely Enjoy the Outdoors with Kids During COVID

Outdoor activity and nature are so important for our mental and physical health during COVID. But how do parents and caretakers get kids outside safely in their neighborhoods and beyond? 

Last summer, Walk San Francisco and the San Francisco Safe Routes to School Partnership hosted a popular webinar on exactly this.

Now, we’re back with the latest health guidelines and tips to support your child and family’s well being.

Dr. Vincent Tameriz rejoins our panel. New to this panel is clinical psychologist Joe Gumina. These experts will take your questions and share helpful advice so you can get out safely and with peace of mind.

REGISTER NOW for the FRI. 2/26 12PM WEBINAR

About Dr. Vincent Tamariz, Medical Director of the Pediatric Emergency Department at California Pacific Medical Center

Dr. Tamariz is the Medical Director of the Pediatric Emergency Department at Sutter’s California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Van Ness campus hospital in San Francisco. The modern new facility opened in March 2019 and includes its own pediatric emergency department, as well as an inclusive, healing environment, where quality, technology, safety, efficiency and personal touches are the norm. Dr. Tamariz has more than 25 years of experience treating children and teens. While at CPMC, Dr. Tamariz makes his patient rounds with the help of Posey, his gentle Labrador therapy dog. He is a long-time resident of San Francisco and enjoys hiking with Posey and photography in his free time.

About Joe Gumina, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Joe Gumina is a staffer at the CPMC Kalmanovitz Child Development Center where he conducts assessments, therapy and consultation services and an adjunct instructor at the University of San Francisco in the Counseling Psychology Program where he teaches courses in research methods and child and adolescent development.

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Date:
February 26, 2021
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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