Coronavirus and Your Anxiety
If you’ve been feeling anxious or overwhelmed by emotion in this season of change brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, be assured that you are experiencing a very normal reaction.
This video and tip sheet provide practical ideas to help you manage your anxiety doing this coronavirus pandemic – from building a new routine, to learning to work out your agitation. The tip sheet also includes links to other helpful resources and contacts.
Coronavirus and Your Child's Anxiety
As a parent, in this season of restrictions and isolation, you’re likely wondering how this strange, new reality might be affecting your child. Whilst there’s much you can’t influence, you can influence what is within your ‘Circle of Control.’
This video and tip sheet provide practical steps you can take to help your child understand and manage his or her anxiety, and includes links to other helpful resources and contacts.
Coronavirus and Living Alone
This time of isolation and social distancing can be especially hard on adults who live alone or as the only adult at home with children. Whilst some people’s personalities cope well with this, others may be struggling with loneliness.
This video and tip sheet provides practical steps for sole adult households and for others who want to support these people and includes links to other helpful resources and contacts.
Coronavirus and Domestic Violence
In times of natural disaster such as this coronavirus pandemic, rates of domestic violence are known to increase, with women and children being most significantly at risk.
This video and tip sheet provide practical ideas to help understand and respond to domestic violence - from how best to safely check in on a loved one, to making a plan to stay safe, as well as links to other helpful resources and contacts.
Coronavirus and Living on a Low Income
When faced with significant financial challenges, people can feel overwhelmed, but there are steps to take to manage your financial situation.
This video and tip sheet provide practical steps to reduce costs, maximise discounts, create a budget and access services, including links to helpful resources and contacts
Coronavirus and Financial Hardship
Some people may be facing loss of employment and experiencing financial hardship, resulting in applying for government services for the first time. These resources walk you through the Centrelink claim process, provide tips for managing debt and dealing with creditors and point you toward other services, concessions and discounts.
* All information, tips sheets and videos courtesy of Anglicare.org.au