Resources for Parents Working Remotely and Supervising Virtual Learning
Families and Parenting
The following are links to tips on how to balance caregiving, including having the kids home from school, caring for elderly or disabled loved ones, and how to juggle these competing priorities when you also have to work:
- ·Activities for Kids in Quarantine
- ·Adjusting to Having Your Kids at Home During COVID-19
- ·Balancing Working from Home and Homeschooling
- ·Couples and COVID-19 Confinement
- ·COVID-19 and Domestic Violence
- ·Helping Seniors Navigate COVID-19
- ·How to Talk to young children About COVID-19
- ·How to talk to your kids about COVID-19
- ·Tips for Parents and Caregivers on Media Coverage of Traumatic Events
- How Parents Can Keep Kids Busy (and Learning) in Quarantine
- In-home and creative child care resources
- Keeping Kids occupied while schools are child arrangements are closed
Online resources with advice on how to talk to children about COVID-19
Children and the Coronavirus
Child Care Aware
Would you like to know more about child care licensing in your state or resources for children with special needs? Do you need to contact someone about child support, health care for your family, or help paying for food or heat? Visit this website to find those resources and more in Georgia.
Child Care State Website
Need help finding quality child care that is open? Call 1-877-ALL GA Kids (1-877-255-4254) or visit this website to find a location.
Child Care Subsidy
For information on child care subsidy, please contact the Georgia Department of Early
Care and Learning. The agency will be able to provide you with information on eligibility
requirements for child care subsidy and how to apply for the service. You can reach this
agency by calling 404-657-3434 or by visiting the website.
Need a sitter? Georgia babysitter profiles include videos, qualifications, and reviews from parents. Find last-minute, occasional, part-time and full-time babysitter.
Search by experience, pay rate, response time, background check, and more.
College Nannies and Tutors
Directory of nannies, sitters and tutors in Georgia.
Need more assistance? Let your EAP help!
KSU employees may contact Kepro, our EAP, 24/7 to get emotional support from the clinical staff and be referred to childcare experts. These experts will have ideas and resources that you can access in your area (Baby sitters, tutors, etc.).
Visit www.EAPHelplink.com for a wealth of on-demand resources, including articles, self-assessments, resources, and training on a wide range of topics, such as addiction, grief, anxiety, and parenting.
How do I contact KEPRO?
It's easy. Just call 844.243.4440 anytime, 24/7. You can also confidentially request support at eaphelplink.com – Company code: USGCares