During these challenging times, we understand that many Canadian parents/guardians are looking for ways to keep their families happy and healthy. We’ve gathered some online resources that we hope can help make your stay-at-home life a little easier.


Managing Anxiety

Anxiety Canada offers a wide variety of free resources and services on anxiety. They recently published a useful article to help parents talk with their children about COVID-19. Their site is designed to support both adults and youth.


Home Safety

There are a variety of hazards that exist in every home. The good news is that some accidents can be prevented. The Canadian Pediatric Society provides their top tips for preventing injuries to children of all ages.


Online Dangers

Children are bound to spend more time online these days. Whether they’re video chatting with friends or playing online games, there are always safety strategies you can put in place for their protection. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection provides an overview of the dangers to watch out for right now and a quick action plan for parents.


Resources For Persons With Disabilities

This Rick Hansen Foundation blog article provides an extensive list of resources to take advantage of. The article also provides people without disabilities some ideas for helping others during this time.


Keeping the Kids (And Yourself) Busy

Looking for new ways to keep the kids busy? Check out this 101+ list of things to do from Forbes.ca.

Or just need a good laugh right now? Scroll through Bored Panda’s funny pictures from real parents living their best quarantine life.