Self-help for the coronavirus

March 20, 2020

 

I'm collecting here links to online tools and resources that can help you work from home, take care of your family and maintain morale during the pandemic. I'll keep adding to it … email me if you  have any suggestions!

 

Department for Work and Pensions

Information about how to claim benefits for sickness, unemployment and hardship.

 

The National Trust has made entry to all its gardens free - restore your spirits by spending time in nature, but don't forget to stay a safe distance from other visitors!

 

Covibook helps you explain the coronavirus to children under the age of 7.

 

My Whole Self offers advice on supporting your mental health when working from home.

 

Kids Activities has published a comprehensive list of all the education companies offering free subscriptions now that schools have closed. (US-based)

 

The University of Reading offers a wide range of free online courses for those who'd like to expand their knowledge.

 

Cosmic Shambles is curating the Stay at Home Festival, live streaming a free online festival of comedy with sets from top comedians. 

 

Netflix Party is a free Chrome extension that synchronizes video playback and adds group chat to your favorite Netflix shows.

 

 

Kindness Resources from the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation. (US-based)

 

Twinkl is offering a month's free access to all its Twinkl Ultimate primary-level teaching resources with the code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS. (UK)

 

Chatterpack has put together a list of free, online, boredom-busting resources.

 

Mutual Aid UK is setting up local hubs for those who would like to help others in their areas.  

 

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