How To Talk To Kids About 9/11

Census Ground Zero
In this Oct. 10, 2008 file photo, a businessman walks his son to school past the New York Stock Exchange in New York. After the 9/11 attacks, there were grim predictions about the future of the shaken, dust-covered neighborhoods around the World Trade Center. But census figures released last week show that about 45,750 people now live in the part of Manhattan south of Chambers Street, more than twice as many as were there during the last census. The Financial District was once a ghost town in the evenings, after workers left for the day. Now a number of former corporate office towers on Wall Street have converted to apartment buildings, grocery stores have opened, three new schools have opened up in four years and briefcase-carrying stockbrokers share sidewalk space with kids in strollers. Mark Lennihan / Associated Press
Census Ground Zero
In this Oct. 10, 2008 file photo, a businessman walks his son to school past the New York Stock Exchange in New York. After the 9/11 attacks, there were grim predictions about the future of the shaken, dust-covered neighborhoods around the World Trade Center. But census figures released last week show that about 45,750 people now live in the part of Manhattan south of Chambers Street, more than twice as many as were there during the last census. The Financial District was once a ghost town in the evenings, after workers left for the day. Now a number of former corporate office towers on Wall Street have converted to apartment buildings, grocery stores have opened, three new schools have opened up in four years and briefcase-carrying stockbrokers share sidewalk space with kids in strollers. Mark Lennihan / Associated Press

How To Talk To Kids About 9/11

The Sept. 11 terror attack is hard enough to process for those who lived through it, so how can we help children understand the event and what followed? Reset hears from a pediatrician and researcher.

GUEST: Dr. Nia Heard-Garris, physician and researcher at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine