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COVID-19 Resources for Families

6/23 Resilience for Children and Families: Protective Factors during COVID-19

6/23 Quarantine Activities for Kids

5/27 COVID-19 & Anxiety Among Children: Strategies for parents, teachers and caregivers to manage hidden stress affecting kids during coronavirus lockdown.

5/27 COVID-19 & Care for Your Family: If you are COVID- 19 positive who will care for your family? Aggressive self-care is key to manage your own stress so you can care for your family?

5/5 Senior Guide to Mental Health During Coronavirus (COVID-19)

4/15 ParentPal provides resources, activities, and an area to record milestones and a digital memory book, for children ages birth – 3 years old. It also gives access to a home learning curriculum, for families looking for a more structured approach to their child’s activities. All activities and milestones are aligned with Teaching Strategies Objectives of Development and Learning, and provides access to Mighty Minutes, that some teachers use in their child care class rooms. There is no cost to join at this time, and fees are waived until June 30, 2020. After that, in order to continue use, cost for subscription is $12.99/month or $119/annual fee.

4/14 Covering Florida- Health Insurance Information for those who have lost health care coverage due to COVID-19

4/14  Unemployment Information – Includes online application and paper application

4/14  Volusia County Rent and Utility Assistance due to COVID-19 (excluding city limits of Daytona Beach and Deltona)

4/14  Apply for food assistance

4/14 FREE Bilingual Emotional Support Helpline 

4/13 Covering Florida- Health Insurance Information for those who have lost health care coverage due to COVID-19
www.coveringFlorida.org

4/13 Unemployment Information – Includes online application and paper application

4/13 Volusia County Rent and Utility Assistance due to COVID-19 (excluding city limits of Daytona Beach and Deltona)

4/13 To apply for food assistance:
https://myflfamilies.com/covid19/access.shtml

Teaching Strategies Healthy at Home: A Toolkit for Supporting Families Impacted by COVID-19

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Handwashing and Hand Sanitizer Use at Home, at Play, and Out and About

Governor: No plans to close Florida child care centers over coronavirus concerns

For more information related to schools and physical and mental health, visit: National Association of School Psychologists and National Association of School Nurses

WUCF will be broadcasting a week-day “Learn At-Home” schedule while Central Florida schools are closed.

At home activities for parents and young children

Tips for Families: Talking to Your Children About Coronavirus

Take Self-Guided, Room-by-Room Tours of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History!