Brain Injury Canada has created informative articles and helpful guides containing information about COVID-19, physical distancing, and ways to stay safe and happy while spending more time at home.
Canadians are facing a never-before seen situation with the COVID-19 virus. There’s a lot of information out there that can be scary and confusing. We’ve created this guide to give you the basic information about COVID-19, its symptoms, and what you can do to reduce the spread of this disease.
This is a stressful time and it’s natural to feel anxious about COVID-19. Worries about the virus, physical distancing and increased isolation from others can all contribute to deteriorating mental health.
While we may feel stressed, it’s important that we all do what we can to create a positive frame of mind and take care of our mental health and well-being – and remember to pay attention to the mental health of others. To support mental health and well-being, we’ve created this guide to help.
Physical distancing means we’re all spending a lot more time at home. Many of us are missing those person-to-person connections. It’s easy to feel lonely. But there are plenty of ways you can stay connected with your family and friends while physical distancing.
We’re all doing our part by practicing physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. But that doesn’t mean we can’t stay connected. Brain Injury Canada has created a list of weekly challenges to inspire some fun at home. We’re encouraging everyone to be #TogetherApart by sharing the results of your challenge on social media. Don’t forget to also use the hashtag #BICChallenge and tag us on social media:
Physical distancing is incredibly important as Canadians try to limit the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. But that does mean we’ll all be spending a lot of time at home. It’s easy to get bored and feel lonely. To combat boredom and keep yourself entertained and happy, check out this list of ideas and activities.