Today’s activities focus on mental health and practicing mindfulness.
Friday, November 6, 2020
Welcome to post #98 of Club at Home! With eight of our Clubs open for learning enrichment and programming, we’re back to share our favorite remote activities from the summer, as well as some new content you can enjoy at home. Today’s activities focus on mental health and practicing mindfulness.
Courtesy of the Club at Home Team
I’m light as a feather, yet the strongest person can’t hold me for five minutes. What am I?
Answer: Your breath.
Health and Wellness
Courtesy of Gerald and Darlene Jordan Club
Last spring, our Social Worker at Jordan Club shared with us a meditation showing loving kindness to those around us and ourselves. As we finish up this week, where so much is unknown and tensions and fears may be high, we think Katie’s words are so applicable! Watch and try her short meditation exercise now and see how you feel after sending out some good vibes.
Plus, take a look these A to Z coping strategies from Our Mental Health Space to find 26 ideas, strategies and techniques to help a young person to cope better if they are experiencing stresses and pressures which are making them feel in crisis.
For all ages.
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|Berkshire Partners Blue Hill Club|
|Edgerley Family South Boston Club|
|Franklin Hill Club|
|Gerald and Darlene Jordan Club|
|Mattapan Teen Center|
|Orchard Gardens Club|
|Yawkey Club of Roxbury|
A detailed list of local resources for youth and caregivers can be found here.
Resources from Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s Office for Immigrant Advancement for Boston-based immigrants affected by coronavirus can be found here.
A comprehensive COVID-19 Resource Guide from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office can be found here.
Keep up with all the latest Club at Home updates, including fun and interactive content for members to do at home, on our blog.