Last school year, Donna Turgeau interviewed
grade-school children in the New Orleans area to see if they were
victims of trauma and in need of a new group-counseling program. She
asked 17 questions, including whether the children had been victims of
abuse, if they had been evacuated from their homes and if they had seen
|New Orleans social worker Donna Turgeau worries that children continue to face emotional problems from Katrina’s devastation. Some even lack safe places to play, as areas like Wimbledon Play Spot in New Orleans East still are not used. This one was under water for almost one month following the 2005 hurricane and flooding.|
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