What does your self-care routine look like? How are you making time for yourself? Here are some idea starters and exercises to help practice self-care at home. Our behavioral health experts have also put together a list of their favorite calming tools for younger children.

Self-Care Activities

TV Commercials Game

Why not incorporate a way to keep moving while watching your favorite TV show? Download our sheet of exercises (with pictures). During commercial breaks (or between episodes streaming), each person picks an exercise, and everyone completes it until the show comes back on. At the next set of commercials, pick a new exercise. Learn More ›

Intentional Creativity

Draw an anchor and/or a butterfly to connect to your feelings using art, writing and mindfulness practices. The best part – no experience is necessary! Use the step-by-step video to take you through the painting process from start to finish. Work at your own pace and have fun. Learn More ›

Mental Fitness

Keeping our brain in shape is just as important as physical fitness. That's why we have 22 suggestions for you and your family to help stay mentally fit and maintain your mental wellness. Learn More ›

Educator Tips for Self-Care

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Self-care is an important aspect of being an effective educator. School providers are an important resource for students, which places an emotional burden on them at times and can lead to fatigue and burnout. Use this guide to help you better understand warning signs and ways to increase resiliency.

Fill out the form below to download our Educator Tips for Self-Care.