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November 2, 2006
Dear FOS11 Member,
Many of you have written to let us know that our quarterly Children of September 11 newsletters have been informative and helpful to you. Over the past year these mailings have focused on topics such as coping through the holidays, helping adolescents make the transition from high school to college, and the fifth commemoration of 9/11.
In an effort to better serve you, the Families of September 11 staff are asking for feedback as to which children's issues are of greatest interest and concern to our members and their families. The following topics (not listed in any particular order) are some areas which we are considering as items for future newsletters. We would appreciate your feedback by letting us know which subject matter would be most helpful. Please let us know your thoughts by pasting the list below in your reply and checking any of your preferences. You may reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you think this information could be helpful to someone you know (e.g. friends, coworkers, your child's teacher) please fell free to pass this email on and invite them to share their thoughts. We thank you for your feedback and look forward to serving you in the future.
[ ] School Safety/Preparedness
[ ] Other Education Issues (please specify)
[ ] Parenting Issues
[ ] Talking to Children About Terrorism
[ ] Understanding Childhood Trauma
[ ] Learning More About Mental Health Issues e.g., Depression,
[ ] Remembrance/Memorializing Lost Loved Ones
[ ] Internet Safety for Children and Adolescents
[ ] Health Issues
[ ] Struggling With Bereavement and Grief
[ ] Resiliency/Wellness Building
[ ] Parenting Issues e.g., single parenting, parenting in blended
[ ] Other (please specify)
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