COVID-19 Specific Resources

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What is Long COVID? The Physical and Psychological Symptoms and Treatment

Most people who have COVID-19 recover within a few weeks. However, as with many other illnesses and infections, we now know that COVID-19 can also have longer-term effects. The term “long COVID” has been used to describe symptoms that continue after the initial acute infection period is over.

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Helping Children Cope with COVID-19

Children may differ in how much they’ve heard about COVID-19 and how they think it may affect themselves or their family. Parents can help by acknowledging their children’s emotions and providing comforting, supportive, and age-appropriate information.

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Living Well: Family Harmony Under Shelter in Place

Staying home will magnify family dynamics. Here are a few ideas that may help you and your family get through some long days of togetherness under one roof as you engage in physical distancing from much of the rest of the world..

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How to Survive While Maintaining Distance

Tips for staying safe and activity ideas during social distancing.

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Supporting Your Employees Through Hard Times: A Manager's Guide

In addition to rising COVID-19 cases, leaders have seen their employees cope with other stressors including the consequences of systemic racism, the impact of climate change, as well as exhaustion and burnout. In the face of these ongoing challenges, compassionate leadership is increasingly important.

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Holiday Stress

Information that can help you make safe choices, cope with the painful realities these choices may entail, and communicate effectively with loved ones at this time when we need our connections to loved ones more than ever.


Political Stress

Political stress, intolerance, bigotry, and violence are all tremendously stressful to witness through media, to be a part of, and most of all, to be a target of. It is important to prepare for having waves of uncertainty and anxiety during these challenging times.