Time is an odd commodity right now. As we all try to mitigate the impact of the current health crisis, it sometimes seems like the hours, days, and weeks are passing in a blur… and sometimes, the days or weeks can seem endless. (Full disclosure: sometimes both of those feelings occur during the same day, or even the same hour — and that’s okay, too.)
With that in mind, we thought it might be helpful to post a weekly round-up, which is exactly what it sounds like: one post where we gather the resources we’ve come across this week and share them in one spot. Some may be new to you and some may be reminders, but they’re all here in one convenient post, so you can refer to it later if you need to.
Here’s this week’s round-up:
- Kangarootime’s April 16 webinar, “Considerations for Early CHildhood Programs Operating During the Coronavirus Pandemic” was outstanding. You can access the full recording here.
- Child Care Resource Network (CCRN) added a library of COVID-19 resources for providers, with content related to health & safety, business management, regulations, and more. You can access the collection here.
- The National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health created a fantastic collection of mental health resources for parents, caregivers, and their families. You can access the tools here.
- The Office of Child Care and Family Services (OCFS) has moved all of its COVID-19 guidance documents to a new page. You can access the collection of documents here.
Keep well, friends.