Social Distancing Tool Kit

During this challenging and uncertain time, it’s normal to feel stressed, overwhelmed, or worried for your own health, as well as that of your family and friends. 

Here are some ways you can take care of yourself:

Practice Social Distancing

Staying Connected

Dealing with Stress

Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Working Out At Home

Eating Well

Get Some Rest

Get Outside

Studying from Home

More Articles and Resources

Staying positive can feel difficult during this time, but remember that we’re all in this together.

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Dealing with Loneliness

With mandated social distancing, it is only natural to feel an increase in loneliness when we may be separated from family and friends. Be kind to yourself and know that there is nothing wrong with you.

Become Socially Creative

Being creative and learning new ways to work and connect with others is key. Set up/join a virtual game night, karaoke or trivia challenge. Try joining a personal interest group (e.g., online fitness classes, a video game tournament or book club).

Managing Financial Stress Q & A

Student Health and Wellness Counsellor, Carlene Regaudie, shares her advice to some questions she often hears from students regarding finances.

Q - I feel like I am continually broke and it is stressing me out. I work part-time but I never seem to save any money.