PBS Fort Wayne Launching New Programs on COVID-19 Mental Health

PBS Fort Wayne is increasing its live local discussion on the psychological well-being impacts of the novel coronavirus.

PBS Fort Wayne Launching New Programs on COVID-19 Mental Health

Coronavirus: A Mental Health Roundtable can now be seen weekly on Mondays, from 7:30 p. m. to 8 p.m. Dr. Jay Fawver hosts this special version of Matters Of The Thoughts, a live roundtable with different regional psychological health consultants, discussing how the COVID-19 pandemic can affect psychological health, along with solutions, coping strategies and assets viewers could access while social distancing or staying at home.

PBS Fort Wayne continues its live local coronavirus neighborhood forums every Friday evening from 7 p.m. to eight p.m., which includes Allen County Health Commissioner Dr. Deborah McMahan, along with health and civic leaders from throughout the area. The programs embrace a phone bank comprised of health care professionals to assist viewers with questions.

All forums are available online.

PBS Fort Wayne broadcasts five channels, 24 hours a day: the main channel on 39.1; PBS Kids on channel 39.2; Create TV on channel 39.three; Explore on channel 39.4 (local and Indiana-centric applications worldwide news, public affairs, and the best of public tv documentaries) and PBS Fort Wayne WX on channel 39.5, providing National Weather Service Doppler climate radar, weather warnings and National Weather Service audio.