COVIBOOK, a PDF book aimed at helping children under the age of 7 years, to understand what is happening. It is available in 21 languages.
Get help engaging your kids (or even you) to exercise indoors by tuning in each day to P.E. with Joe on his Body Coach TV channel on YouTube. Read more about what it's been like to join in with this online kids exercise sensation here.
Sharing custody is hard enough without coronavirus. Here are some tips for co-parenting right now from ABC News.
Maintain perspective by doing Dr. Martin Seligman's Three Blessings Exercise. This exercise has been scientifically shown to bring significantly improved positive perspective into people's lives as quickly as within one week of starting the practice. Look here to understand how to judge if it is working for you.
Although The Met Opera in New York has closed, it hopes to brighten the lives of its audience members even while its stage is dark. Every day for the duration of the Met’s closure, a different encore presentation from the company’s Live in HD series will be made available for free streaming. For more information, click here.
Set up a daily family ritual of doing something together while keeping your brains active at the same time, by completing the seven free quizzes offered by The New Daily. They are great fun!
Use this calling card to offer help to your neighbours, particularly those who are elderly or otherwise might benefit from a helping hand or just a chat (at least 1.5m apart, of course!).
Dr. John Gottman talking about his ideas on Making Relationships Work. Here he talks about his model, The Sound Relationship House, which describes the elements present in couples he refers to as relationship 'masters' and absent in couples he refers to as relationship 'disasters.' This recorded presentation is in four, 10 minute parts. The link here takes you to the first part and you will find the three parts that follow shown to the right of the YouTube player.
Trauma and the Nervous System: A Polyvagal Perspective - YouTube Clip. This is an excellent, basic introduction and overview of how trauma and chronic stress affects our nervous system and how those effects impact our health and well-being. Much of the content is based on the groundbreaking work of Stephen Porges and his Polyvagal Theory. To learn more about trauma recovery and nervous system health resources, please visit The Trauma Foundation (www.thetraumafoundation.org), the Polyvagal Institute (www.polyvagalinstitute.org), or Dan Dana's website https://www.rhythmofregulation.com.