Mental Health Resources, from the NE Lutheran Synod, including several short videos that are very good on anxiety, fear, helping children and youth, the role of grandparents, how to talk to youth who don't want to adhere to physical distancing, etc...
Coronavirus has upended our world; it's okay to grieve. An article from NPR.
Ways to reduce anxiety during these uncertain times; virusanxiety.com has sections on meditations, isolation, financial fears, anxiety, for parents and ask an expert.
This free workbook can help us work through the anxiety we are all feeling and includes practical exercises to reduce anxiety, distraction and breathing exercises and more!
MN COVID-19 Resource Guide- everything from activties for kids, yoga and meditation videos, where to find groceries, online support groups and more.
From Consumer Reports; how to protect yourself while grocery shopping
A free book to download on explaining the Coronavirus to children
How to shop for groceries safely
A helpful article from Minnesota Public Radio that includes these tips:
Eating, Moving and Meditating
What Older Adults Need to Know:
More information for Older Adults from the CDC can be found here.
The most important things:
Resources on Staying Healthy:
Mental Health and COVID-19 A digital toolkit on important videos and resources
Caring for your Mental Health an article by Harvard Med School with helpful tips
Eating, Moving and Meditating Mayo Clinic
Tips for Dementia Caregivers during a Pandemic by Alzheimer's Association
Coronavirus, Anxiety, Children, and the Church
From Seattle Children’s Hospital: Helping Children and Teens Cope with Anxiety About COVID-19
From the New York Times: 5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety about the Coronavirus
From the FDA: