Student created COVID-19 resources for older adults

Collection of resources created by Aging Studies students to help older adults stay connected during this unprecedented time

two students working at table with older adult

Every semester Aging Studies spend time working with older adults as part of their regular course load. This semester the Health and Aging students worked on projects that allowed for them to create resources to help older adults combat social isolation and stay connected during these trying times 

Resource List:

file-outline Coping with Change - Coping with Change.pdf (91.09 KB)

Ten small ways to cope with new circumstances

file-outline video calling tutorial - Staying Connected.pdf (235.11 KB)

Guides to using popular video calling applications Facetime and Zoom

file-outline Food Delivery Options - Food Delivery Options_0.pdf (87.07 KB)

Short list of take-out food delivery services

file-outline Meditation - Meditation.pdf (1.45 MB)

Includes resources about meditation and meditation applications

file-outline National Museums and Zoos - National Museums and Zoos.pdf (380.99 KB)

Guide to help access creative arts during quarantine

file-outline Religious and Spiritual Guidance - Online Religious and Spiritual Guidance.pdf (133.87 KB)

Guide to assist with connecting with your spiritual side on the internet

file-outline Reading and Books - Accessing Books.pdf (71.4 KB)

Ways to access books and other reading materials during these unprecedented times

file-outline Netflix - Setting up Netflix.pdf (188.02 KB)

Guide to setting up a Netflix account to stream television and movies from the comfort of your home