Local company helping ease coronavirus anxiety

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Vancouver's Slumberkins is working to promote emotional learning

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — It can be hard for little ones to cope with the stress and anxiety we’re all feeling amid the coronavirus outbreak.

A Vancouver-based company, Slumberkins, is working to promote emotional learning.  

As a licensed therapist and an educator, co-founders Kelly Oriard and Callie Christensen have offered suggestions on AM Extra for families coping with stress, and they’ve released a free book on stress relief to all families to help guide the tough conversations. 

You can check out their Alpaca book, for free, and download a copy for yourself here.

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