Finding Balance While Working From Home with Kids

The Challenge of Working from Home with Kids

With many of us working remotely more than ever, and some for the first time, figuring out how to balance your job responsibilities and deadlines while taking care of the needs of your family and household is on everyone’s mind.

Cummings Graduate Institute’s Chief Operating Officer, Amanda Harrison, a mom of two who has worked from home for six years, has dialed in a strategy and daily schedule for working from home.

In this guide designed for parents, guardians, and caregivers, you'll find practical tips and strategies for structuring your day to meet the demands of you job, family, and household.

Complete the form below to access our Guide to Finding Balance While Working from Home with Kids.



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At the age of 53, and after working 25 years in the field of social work returning to school was not on my bucket list, but after learning about the Cummings Graduate Institute’s online program, my hope of achieving my lifetime a doctorate degree was possible. CGI online Doctor of Behavioral Health program is innovative and relevant. It's the perfect fit for the busy professional, parent or person looking to return to school or career advancement without the fuss of unnecessary coursework. CGI understands and recognizes that there are capable professionals and that most professionals are looking to gain a competitive edge or simply looking to satisfy a personal goal.

Steven Byrd DBH, Alumni March 4, 2017