Self-Care Resources for Dealing with COVID-19
Now more than ever, it is time for a refresh! With a lot of home physical fitness resources out there, this program, from WE Integrated, will focus on your mental & emotional wellness. This five day program will refresh your entire self!
A Guide to Sleeping with Coronavirus Anxiety
This guide is packed with helpful information and tips on how to improve the quality of your sleep during this difficult time.
Self-Care Smore Newsletter
Self-care is the practice of taking an active role in protecting one's own well being and happiness, in particular during periods of stress. Self-care is everything that you deliberately do for your mental, physical, and emotional well being.
Tips For Talking to Kids
Great resources and tips can be found here that will benefit families when it comes to taking care of one another. Families will be able to have meaningful and factual conversations using the resources provided.
The Compassion and Resilience Toolkit has great video and text resources that can be used for students, parents, teachers, and all district staff as we prepare for returning to school and coping with the challenges that COVID-19 has brought into our lives.
Talking to Kids About COVID-19
We are living through a global pandemic, it's a first for most if not all of us. For parents and guardians it can be a challenge to answer your kids' questions or ease their fears when you are stressed or uncertain too. First, relax...we're all in this together. Second, take Dr. Carolina Clark's advice! Dr. Clark is a Nashville pediatrician who works with the Tennessee Department of Health.
Hand Washing Lessons
K-12 Presentations and resources that talk to students about the importance of hand washing for good health. The lessons provided will allow the HPELW teacher to show students valuable resources for lifetime wellness and health.
Managing Anger & Frustration
We know we’re not supposed to yell at our children. But parents are very stressed at the moment, and frustration and anger are inevitable. Overwhelmed with everything you’ve been asked to do, you find yourself losing your temper at kids who aren’t on their best behavior either. But when your circumstances aren’t normal, your parenting won’t be normal.
Staying Resilient During COVID-19