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COVID19 Aftereffects in the Healthcare Workforce: Burnout and Compassion Fatigue by Gold Partner Preferred Therapy Solutions

WEBINAR RECORDING: The Do’s and Don’ts of Employee Appreciation During Tough Times with Denise Boudreau-Scott
CDC Frequently Asked Questions and Answers on Travel 

CDC Considerations for Travelers in the US

Coping with COVID: Resources for Healthcare Professionals Coping with Public Health Crises
This guide from Psychological Care Associates and Child & Family Psychological Services is a resource for healthcare workers who are coping with the stress of the COVID-19 crisis. It describes common reactions to healthcare crises and frequently experienced stress responses. It offers suggestions for coping with challenging emotions and thoughts, and recommendations for behaviors to improve coping and promote resiliency. Finally, it lists resources that healthcare workers can turn to for additional information, strategies, and support.

Feed the Fight Boston Helps to Provide Meals to Long Term Care Workers: 
LeadingAge MA is working with Feed the Fight Boston to identify member facilities who are able to receive meals provided by participating restaurants for their dedicated employees who are on the frontlines of supporting residents in the battle against COVID-19.  Interested member communities can complete this form.

Virtual Support Group for Care Providers during COVID-19 Crisis:
Jewish Family & Children's Services (JF&CS) is offering a Virtual Support Group for individuals working with older adults during the COVID-19 crisis. The group meets from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. every Friday

Tips and Techniques for Supporting Mental Illness:  A Guide for Staff in Housing for Older Adults from JF&CS

Suicide Prevention: A Practical Guide for Staff in Massachusetts Independent Senior Housing from JF&CS

The Compassionate Manager: A Trauma-Sensitive Approach to Managing in the Era of COVID-19 from EdgeWork Consulting

Virtual Resources to Combat Social Isolation

Greater Good in Action:
GGIA collects the best research-based methods for a happier, more meaningful life—and puts them at your fingertips in a format that's easy to navigate and digest.  Try these practices with your residents, or on your own.