|ATTEND TO YOUR SELF CARE
|Rest and sleep
Keep up your hygiene and eating routines
Go outside in the fresh air; just don't gather with a group
Read, watch movies, blog and try some of the ideas below
|PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR COMPUTER USE
|Keep the brightness down
Make sure the nightshift is on
Use blue light glasses
|TRY THESE ONLINE RESOURCES
|Music can be a way to calm your system if you can tolerate the stimulation. Check out this links on the right for options.
|Pittsburgh Symphony Extraordinary Measures
Free music streaming from Spotify
|Public places of interest are providing their information online. Here are a few ideas. Links are on the right.
- 12 museums offer free virtual tours
- San Diego Zoo
- Kansas City Zoo
|Museums with virtual tours
Webcams: San Diego Zoo
Webcam: Kansas City Zoo
|Mindfulness and Meditation can help us to gain perspective and balance. Here are a few options to consider. Some links are on the right.
- Meditation with the jellyfish
- Love Your Brain Yoga Meditations
- Breath2Relax app
- Insight Timer: Breathe
- Calm app
|Meditation with jelly fish
Meditation with moon jellies
Love your brain meditations
Breathe - free app
|Yoga may fit your needs. Remember to work within your balance and safety parameters. Check out this link on the right.
|Love Your Brain Yoga
|Support Group Options. If groups are able to move to online status, that information will be made available
|Hope after Head Injury Support Group
|There are great resources for kids; for survivors to do with their kids and for all of us to do because it's fun
|Not just for kids!
|Download this Activity Resource Booklet, full of exercise, meditation, podcastss, games, crafts, puzzles, coloring, museum tours, music, cultural experiences, destination tours and video games