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Sampling of COVID-19 Resources for Healthcare and Community Leaders

Posted on 04/10/2020

There is a flood of targeted COVID-related resources circulating right now. Many healthcare and community-based organizations are posting resources to help their constituents (whether healthcare professionals or community leaders). In addition to our list of New Resources for Taking Care of Yourself and Others In the Time of COVID-19, geared to general public, we wanted to share some examples that have come across our desk recently that you may wish to check out too.

Two examples from two champions of The Conversation Project, are listed below.

Our colleagues who are co-leading Age-Friendly Health System’s work have put together the following helpful resources for COVID-19 & older adults: Asking/Acting on What Matters, Telemedicine & PALTC.

Asking and acting on “What Matters”:

Care of older adults in post-acute and long term care communities:

Use of telemedicine:

Additional resources:

We know this isn’t an exhaustive list and there are many more resources to help. What have your favorite, go-to sites been? Let us know below.

One Response

  1. Yes. There are tons of COVID-related resources we can access online anytime we want. You just have to be vigilant and make sure your source is legit and the information are verified especially that it concerns your health.

    Primary Care Physicians New Braunfels

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