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To stop the spread of COVID-19, Connecticut needs everyone to do their part. One way you can help yourself and your community is by downloading the COVID Alert CT app, which notifies you if you have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID Alert CT is a voluntary, anonymous, exposure-notification smartphone app. You will get an alert if you were in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Knowing about a potential exposure allows you to self-quarantine immediately, get tested, and reduce the potential exposure risk to your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and others.
The more people who participate in COVID Alert CT, the more effective it will be.
Help protect your community while maintaining your privacy. The free mobile app–available to anyone 18 or older who lives, works, or attends college in Connecticut–is available for download from the Google Play Store; iPhone users can enable COVID Alert CT right from the Settings app on iOS.COVID Alert CT is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Mandarin, Haitian-Creole (Android only), Bengali (Android only), and Arabic.
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Today is January 21st, the 21st day of 2021. I don’t know about you, but I feel some optimism that we will make through COVID. However, it will take some time to vaccinate all who need to be vaccinated to keep us safe. And, that means work for home is going to be the norm […]The post Try Exercise Snacking for Improving #WFH Mental Health first appeared on Beth Kanter.
One of my solutions has been to create a ritual of a “Fake Commute” in the morning before starting and at the end of my workday. Walking can be inclusive. You don’t need to walk as your fake commute and other activities help you establish boundaries.The post #Fakecommute: A Ritual for Work-Life Balance When You #WFH first appeared on Beth Kanter.
As we face an even darker winter due to the pandemic, we need to keep improving our resilience, the ability to adapt well in spite of significant stressors. Using rituals as part of our professional work is one strategy that can help. Rituals are routine and intentional activities that carry meaning. Rituals leverage our brains’ […]The post New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofits To Improve Resilience in 2021 first appeared on Beth Kanter.
This article comes from the winter 2020 edition of the Nonprofit Quarterly as part of an article series on “America’s healthcare crisis.”
The Nonprofit Quarterly recently sat down with Dr. Willarda V. Edwards, who has been helping to spearhead an effort inside the House of Delegates at the American Medical Association (AMA) to reorient the organization around antiracist principles. This has resulted in a…Continue
For Kids and Adults
Free program we at H.O.P.E., Inc. are offering for kids and adults called #TeamResilient-Student Success Every Day!The purpose of the program is to address mental well-being during these trying times of COVID, distance learning and social distancing and racial turmoil. We plan to offer programs to help us have fun, and connect with others, build and maintain relationships, and practice social skills to boost personal development and…Continue
Proper Hand Washing
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