COVID-19: Parents & Families
on the web
These curated resources are free and easily accessible on the web! All you need is an internet connection.
Students in BC will return to in-class learning September 2020. BC’s plan includes new health and safety measures, increased funding for protective equipment like masks and new learning groups to help keep everyone safe.
Prepared by Courthouse Libraries BC, this wiki is a directory of online resources dealing with the ways COVID-19 health directives are affecting people’s lives, including information on employment, housing, family law, debt, legal assistance and courts and tribunals.
Links to federal programs for families, people facing unemployment, people who are sick, quarantined, or in directed self-isolation, people who are unable to work, seniors, students, youth and businesses.
Nidus helps people make and register representation agreements and learn about other legal planning documents. The site includes updated representation agreements and forms with tips for witnessing and signing for COVID-19.
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Susan Siklos, a Registered Psychologist, discusses anxiety in children, with a particular focus on how children are experiencing anxiety in the time of COVID-19. Parents can expect to learn what normal worries vs. more significant anxiety looks like, how to talk to their children about COVID-19, and a few tools to help their child manage their anxiety.
Presented on April 30, 2020 by the West Vancouver Memorial Library in partnership with the North Shore Stress and Anxiety Clinic.