Here is a link to help you source available loans and government options. Ignore reference to private schools, as this information extends beyond this group and is very helpful.
Free Online Courses for Continuing Education. Well and Good provides a list of 11 exciting online courses for adults eager to learn a new skill while in quarantine. Includes classes from Harvard, Disney, and Fender.
How to Sew a Face Mask. A step-by-step tutorial from The New York Times teaches you how to make a fabric facemask from common household materials.
Care of Self Video Playlist. Self-care videos created by AMS that focus on childcare, nature therapy, and more.
Don’t Let Video Meetings Zap Your Energy. Psychology Today offers tips to help with the unique challenge of video calls.
Kids for Peace promotes activities to help young children lead with empathy in this uncertain time. Includes self-care tips, peace-focused prompts, and compassion-centered projects for students.
Karunavirus.org is a new online platform designed to “amplify the voice of our collective compassion.” Includes news articles, images, and videos of people around the globe choosing love over fear and encouraging us to lead with kindness.
Managing COVID-19 Anxiety and Stress The CDC offers guidance for coping with added stress and anxiety related to coronavirus.
How can you help?
All of the Ways You Can Help. The New York Times has compiled a resource center for giving back during the coronavirus pandemic. Includes guidance for supporting medical professionals, donating blood, connecting with your community, and more. (Added April 24, 2020)
Helping Out During The Coronavirus Crisis: Where, What & How to Donate. Considerations and suggestions from Forbes.com.
How Can We Help One Another? The New York Times compiles tips and advice for helping our neighbors in the midst of coronavirus.
How You Can Help Your Community The Guardian shares practical solutions for helping the most vulnerable in our community.