Social distancing can be stressful. Make sure you are staying connected for better emotional health.
Connecting with friends and family via video chat can help you stay connected and decrease feelings of isolation.
| Teens and young adults are creatively using social media to stay connected.
Socially distancing doesn’t have to mean you are isolated from family, friends and colleagues. Taking a lead from social networking and virtual game play, here are some ideas to help you stay connected and engaged.
Utilize Zoom or Houseparty to virtually connect
Dinner or happy hour dates
Storytime exchanges - read a story to the kids
Virtual book clubs
Virtual coffee breaks
Streaming parties and other celebrations
The 22 Best Online Games to Play With Friends During the Coronavirus Outbreak by Nicole Pajer, Parade
The Pogo online game site with over 100 free games you can play with friends
10 Popular Board Games You Can Play Online by Helen Ashcroft, TheGamer
Scrabble Go https://scrabble.hasbro.com/en-us
Worship from home from Orlando’s WKMG News
Share a list of DVDs you own with neighbors and do doorbell delivery exchanges – Google docs, text or email is an easy way to share the list.
Virtual Cooking Classes from Food Network
5 of the best online learning platforms to explore during quarantine by Iulia Baidac, EU-Startups
9 Places to Learn a New Language Online for Free from Inc.com
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