Resources for Individuals and Families

Resources for Individuals and Families


Self Care Resources and Apps

Families and the Coronavirus
Helpful information from UCSF Department of Psychiatry on how to talk with children about COVID-19 and developmentally appropriate ideas for how to keep them feeling good during these unpredictable times.

The Science of Wellbeing: A Coursera course offered by Yale
In this course you will engage in a series of challenges designed to increase your own happiness and build more productive habits.

Useful Wellness and Mental Health Apps
Apps help lead us and remind us to practice self-care every day. The apps at this link have been shown to be effective in evidence-based research.

Pandemic Care Resources from Tara Brach

Calm (a Meditation and Mindfulness App)
All content on this link is free

Headspace – New York State of Mind
All content housed at this link is free from this meditation app

Headspace – Weather the Storm Collection
All content housed at this link is free from this meditation app

Free Fitness Opportunities

Trauma Sensitive Yoga
These online classes are the Trauma Sensitive Yoga Center’s community response to this unprecedented global experience that we are all engaged in right now with the impact of the coronavirus.

Planet Fitness Free Daily Home Work-Ins

Virtual Workouts Provided by the YMCA

Orange Theory at Home
You won’t need special equipment, although we may ask you to scrounge around the house for some objects.

Core Power Yoga

125+ Free Streaming Workouts to Do From Home During Coronavirus (collaborated by

Resources and Activities for Families

Wide Open School
Wide Open School is a free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids curated by the editors at Common Sense.

ABC Mouse

Learn in Color

PBS Learning Media

Scholastic Learn at Home

56 World-Famous Sites From Your Couch For Free

Explore.Org Live Animal Cams

Take your Kids to Disney — Virtually!

Netflix Parties