The coronavirus outbreak has gotten many parents and children stuck at home, with little to do. It’s frustrating, but it’s a necessary precaution that must be taken. The kids might be distracted with online schooling on weekdays and the parents have work to do, but on the weekends and after the school/workday, the isolation can be tough.
In a bid to ensure the mental wellbeing of Hong Kongers, the government has launched a fantastic new platform that will release a new 30-minute video from Mon-Fri on Facebook!
The video content will be diverse, and you can expect parent-child yoga exercises, family games, and even music-related content. Sure there’s Netflix and Youtube and tons of other streaming options, but this is a great way to get the whole family engaged in an activity that will is active rather than passive.
This initiative is created in partnership by the University of Hong Kong’s (HKU) Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention, and parenting website Mameshare. The program will last for three weeks until May 1.
It’s important to maintain the mental and physical wellbeing during this uncertain time. This is one fantastic and free resource that you can take advantage of. Be sure to check it out!
30 minute live stream videos for parents and kids to stay engaged during the coronavirus outbreak!
From now to May 1, 2020, videos released Mon-Fri!