• COPING WITH COVID-19

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HOW TO COPE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Staying Resilient During COVID-19

COVID-19 is taking a particularly hard toll on the public and the way we function in our daily lives. Shelter-in-place directions, social distancing, restaurant closures—the world we live in has become a very abnormal and unsettling place. Coronavirus has changed all that we knew about our daily lives, our government, and our health.

Thoughts of contracting the virus may cause you to feel stressed and may make you associate the virus. You may find you have a harder time sleeping and concentrating is more difficult because of this association.

Here’s what the experts say can help you to strategize, cope or care for yourself and loved ones who are not handling the time well.

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C ONTROL ONLY WHAT YOU CAN, NOT THE THINGS YOU CANNOT
O PEN UP DIALOGUE  AND SHARE FEELINGS WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY
P RACTICE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DAILY AND EXERCISE STRESS REDUCTION
E AT NON PROCESSED AND NUTRITIOUS MEALS

C OMMUNICATE VIA DIGITAL DEVICE AND RESPECT SOCIAL DISTANCE
O FF WITH THE NEGATIVE MINDSET AND ONWARD WITH POSITIVITY
V ENTURE VIRTUALLY TO YOUR FAVORITE VACATION SPOT
I DENTIFY HELPFUL RESOURCES AND SUPPORT YOURSELF AND OTHERS
D ON’T IGNORE THE NEED TO HELP PREVENT THE FURTHER SPREAD

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Researchers show that people are resilient. With support and time, we will recover from adversity. It’s perfectly OK to ask for help. Remember the challenges you’ve overcome before; it’s healthy and positive to remind yourself of your ability to get back to normal. However, remind yourself that recovery is a process. Allow yourself time to think before you sink into an adjustment period, presently and after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.

HEALTH CARE HEROES

CHA CEO MESSAGE TO HOSPITALS:

“This is hard. This will be harder in the weeks to come. Thank you for all you do, and all you’re going to do for Californians.”  -Carmela Coyle

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Show Your Appreciation for Health Care Workers click here for article

California health care heroes are working on the front lines as the state faces COVID-19. Our Health California (OHC), supported by hospitals and CHA, has launched an appreciation campaign to recognize the hospital employees and their families who are working day and night to keep our community safe and healthy through this outbreak.

Tracy Campbell, APR Assistant Group Vice President, Communications

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ACCELERATE: INSIGHTS FOR WELL-BEING

COVID-19: Your Search Stops Here

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Support Services

Parenting Resources

Homeschooling Resources

Online Learning​​​​​​​

Tips for Home Learning

At-Home Activities

Virtual Field Trips

Online Conference for Homeschool

Free On-Demand Physical Activity Resources

Meditation & Mindfulness Resources

Virtual Cultural Enrichment

Free Services for Healthcare Workers

  • CROCS shoes: Free Pair for Healthcare Workers
  • Krispy Kreme: Free Dozen Donuts with Employee Badge
  • Starbucks: Free Tall Coffee with Employee Badge
  • Sweetgreen Salads: Free Meal Delivery

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Care for the Caregiver’ Webinar Recording

The Hospital Quality Institute’s  “Care for the Caregiver webinar is now available as an on-demand recording. The webinar includes practical and necessary tools to assist hospitals and their employees in creating a peer support model for adverse events such as COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, the training offers info on how to engage in empathetic conversation with both patients and families.  For more info and to view the recording click on the image.

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