Community and Self-Care

The following resources are intended for personal general and community use.

General Resources

  • The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has posted resources on symptoms, guidance on protecting yourself, recommendations on what to do if you’re sick, and other pertinent information. 

  • ·The World Health Organization (WHO) is providing resources that lists advice to help you and your family be healthy at home, with tips on staying physically active, looking after our mental health, quitting tobacco and healthy parenting. 

  • Harvard University’s section on “Health and Well-being” contains resources on preventative measures, quarantine guidance, managing anxiety and fear, and staying connected.

  • Johns Hopkins University published a comprehensive website containing a Map of COVID-19 reports around the world.

  • The State of Minnesota has released a series of sign language videos about COVID-19.

  • The Autry Museum has published an online site that has  links to blog posts, Collection Spotlights, videos,  and educational resources.

Indigenous Resources

Indigenous coloring book activities

for adults and children

Resources for parents

  • The New York Times published a list of podcasts to keep kids ages 2-6, and their caretakers occupied.

  • Here is a list of education companies that are offering free subscriptions for students. 

  • The Public Broadcasting System (PBS) has published a guideline on how to talk to kids about the Coronavirus.

  • New York Times writer and Turtle Talk contributor Kevin Maillard (enrolled Seminole Nation) describes his experience as a parent while testing positive for COVID-19 in his article.