Health Care Access Now thanks Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati for the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund! These dollars are helping our organization continue to serve clients in our community without interruption.
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With healthy sleep in mind, My Slumber Yard has compiled the 19 best apps to help children and parents during these uncertain times as well as some other options that do not involve technology. Visit My Slumber Yard.
Wide Open School
The Wide Open School has partnered with a group of education, tech and media partners to launch www.wideopenschool.org, a free online resource to support families and educators who are transitioning to remote learning as a result of the coronavirus.
My Wizarding World
Visit wizardingworld.com, the Harry Potter At Home hub where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied – including special contributions from Bloomsbury and Scholastic, nifty magical craft videos, fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more for first-time readers, as well as those already familiar with the wizarding world.
Story Time at Home
Story time at home with the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Visit blog.cincinnatilibrary.org/Blog/storytimeathome
As we adjust to working from home, we must not only continue to take great care of our clients, we must also remember to take care of ourselves.
Caring for Yourself (PDF to view or download)
How to see the world without leaving your home
Camera live streams from around the world and space.
Live Virtual Events for the Whole Family
Looking for homeschooling activities, live streaming concerts, yoga classes, seminars? HomeschoolAnywhere.com is a great source of events for all ages.
Live Webcams, Virtual Tours, and Virtual Field Trips
Resources and Ideas for Learning at Home
Free Scholastic Magazine
List of Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions
Illustrator Mo Willems Is Keeping Children Entertained with YouTube Drawing Sessions
Willems wants to remind children that just because they’re isolated doesn’t mean they’re alone, and they can still be creative.