Social Wellness

The social dimension encourages contributing to one’s environment and community. It emphasizes the interdependence between others and nature. Below, you’ll find resources that will help develop social wellness, categorized by who will benefit from the resource the most.

Resources for Individuals

NBA, NHL, and NFL are offering free access to their streaming services that allow customers to watch previous regular seasons.

Airtable: Free use of Airtable Pro plan as a modern database for any non-political, humanitarian effort tackling COVID relief. There is no time limit. It is also planning to make the service free for students too.

UrbanSitterFree parent subscription for two months during the COVID-19 outbreak. Parents can find trusted childcare help to support them as they work from home during this period. Every sitter is background checked and UrbanSitter provides parents with as much information as possible to make informed decisions.

It’s important to remember that children look to adults for guidance on how to react to stressful events, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no exception.The National Association of School Psychologists have created a parent resource with information on how to talk to children about the coronavirus.

Givhero is providing a FREE resource to everyone impacted by COVID-19. They are offering a wellness challenge to support well-being, community and social connections during this challenging time of social distancing. Join the challenge, share it with your colleagues, your clients, your friends and family, and raise funds for those charities that are supporting us during this time of crisis.