Dealing with Home Isolation

We’re all in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic and instead of offering a whole load of links to websites that may or may not be useful, I think one of the best ways I can help is to call people who are freaking out. My mother was isolated at home with rheumatoid arthritis for many years and I know she appreciated a regular check-in phone call. Sometimes we just need to vent, sometimes we want humor and sometimes it can take as little as five minutes to share what’s going on before we feel balanced again. If you find yourself in need of a friendly call please send a message via the contact form with good times to call (PST) and any other details you’d like to share.

Links may or may not be useful

There are plenty of museums and other organizations with online stuff and I’m going to explore them during the coming days. Here’s a compilation of online resources and please let me know of nay favorites or any problems http://mcn.edu/a-guide-to-virtual-museum-resources/?fbclid=IwAR0oImiqxVGXeNH7XDmFoscqReZQyaVn4Gn9oiB0_sdFTMMvTDvYldM3WJA

Here’s an interesting read about accessibility at the Wellcome Foundation https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/06/arts/design/disabled-access-wellcome-collection.html

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