covid-19 resilience workbook

Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services “My COVID-19 Resilience Workbook” is a fun workbook for children ages 5-10, designed to promote emotional well-being and resilience. Download the PDF workbooks from Ohel's website: https://www.ohelfamily.org/resources...

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covid-19 resilience workbook- for yeshiva/day school students

Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services "My COVID-19 Resilience Workbook" is a fun workbook for children ages 5-10, designed to promote emotional well-being and resilience. Download the PDF workbooks from Ohel's website: https://www.ohelfamily.org/resources...

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covid-19 resilience workbook- for teachers

Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services "My COVID-19 Resilience Workbook – Teachers Guide", is a guide for teachers to implement the My COVID-19 Resilience Workbook in class. Download the PDF workbooks from Ohel's website: https://www.ohelfamily.org/resources...

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5 tips to increase public trust and compliance to covid-19 protective measures

These 5 tips by JReady expert Dr. Moran Bodas, will help you build trust and compliance in your community with covid-19 regulations and...

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addressing cyber safety & security in the age of covid-19

Current events highlight the necessity of the “all-hazards, whole-community” approach: a comprehensive effort where plans and efforts address the totality of potential threats – from an attack to a natural disaster, whether a flood or a pandemic. With respect to the...

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poster: covid-19 safety tips and guidelines for synagogues

A series of informational posters in English, designed by the Union of Orthodox Synagogues in South Africa for billboard posting in shuls. The posters contain various public health regulations relating to responsible conduct during the coronavirus...

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remote health care services for people with disabilities and elderly during the covid-19 crisis

Access Israel guidelines to remote health care services fot people with disabilities and elderly during COVID-19...

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accessibility in the police work during the covid-19 crisis

These guidelines were written by Access Israel in order to assits law inforcment agemcies to promote accessibale and sensitive services to people with disabilities or the elderly...

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old and new antisemitism in the time of covid-19

A webinar initiated by Keren Hayesod UIA.Old and new Antisemitism in the time of COVID-19 – age of delusions! How do we take it from here? Brig. Gen (Ret.) Sima Vaknin- Gil – head of Global Combat of Antisemitism Program, Abba Eban Institute; Former, Director General,...

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coping with covid-19

A practical guide to dealing with the psychological effects of Corona: What does it mean when yesterday does not predict today and tomorrow The Author Mooli Lahad full Professor of psychology Founder and President of CSPC [www.icspc.org] This paper includes two parts.The first...

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self-isolation compliance in the covid-19 era influenced by compensation:

To contain the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, health and government authorities have imposed sweeping selfquarantine orders for communities worldwide. Health officials assume that the public will have high rates of compliance. However, studies suggest that a...

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tarasa – community memories in times of covid-19

The local memories of each community travel between people, places, objects, and homes the members of the councils know their stories well. TARASA is the Place to Share the Memories of Anyone, from Everywhere, and Anytime. It offers adventures wandering over a global map, on...

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covid-19 guidelines for volunteers

The current pandemic presents us all with a unique challenge. Society at large is facing a crisis that we did not prepare for and is fraught with many challenges both personal and public. The policy of physical distancing is causing feelings of abject loneliness amongst many...

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covid-19: advice for community rabbis

In times of crisis, community Rabbis and lay leaders have a unique role in maintaining and nurturing personal and community resilience. Rabbis are inundated with halakhic questions regarding prayer gatherings, lessons, issues of closeness and distance. Behind each such...

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covid-19: advice for parents

We are witnessing the spread of COVID-19 around the world. The virus is a new kind of concern, not something we are used to dealing with and as such causes stress, affect our emotional state and that of our children. We need to increase the ability to cope with this stress and...

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covid-19: psychosocial advice to patients

Staying in isolation out of fear of contracting COVID-19, waiting for the test result, and the diagnosis itself naturally brings tremendous stress. Uncertainty, coupled with fear for the future, can result from being separated from your loved ones. All of this can come with a...

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covid-19: remote therapeutic intervention

During these days, of stress and uncertainty, remote intervention allows us to maintain therapeutic continuum, to provide assistance to those in need, and overcome the limitations of social distancing currently required. This option is also suitable for use in other...

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covid-19: psychosocial support for medical teams

Caregivers are exposed to many situations in which they experience emotional, cognitive, behavioral and physiological reactions that cause difficulties and stress. A significant factor that causes stress is the fear of contagion. The family and their immediate social circle...

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operational stress management (osm) during covid-19 – firefighters

Live Webinar and Q&A for Members of the New Jersey FIRE Service with the Jersey City/Newark Urban Areas Security Initiative’s OSM Fire Trainers and Experts from NATAL: Israel Trauma & Resiliency...

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the response of governments to covid-19

In the midst of the pandemic, governments have a crucial role to play in enabling and supporting the response of volunteers, providing them with effective and secure ways to assist their communities. In this session, Yoann Kassi-Vivier, Head of Reserve Civique, a program for the...

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covid-19: advice for the elderly

These are uncertain times. We are all concerned, we miss our dear ones and hope for better days. We are all required to exercise caution and adhere to the government's guidelines and instructions for our particular location. This is a tough challenge for all of us....

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effects of the covid-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown on trust, attitudes towards government, and wellbeing

This study describes the immediate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown on levels of institutionaltrust and attitudes towards the nation and government, and health and wellbeingin New Zealand,with implications for other nations. Our results suggest that a...

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strengthening preparedness for covid-19 in cities and urban settings

Preparedness in cities and other urban settlements is critical for effective national, regional and global responses to COVID-19. These settings face unique dynamics that affect preparedness – they serve as travel hubs, have a higher risk of disease spread due to high...

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oximet covid-19 monitoring and early detection project

A central lesson learned based on the accumulation of experience in treating Covid-19 patients is that early treatment is key to avoid life-endangering deterioration. Since most patients have only mild symptoms that do not require medical treatment and are kept at home, the...

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israel’s social services best practices during the covid-19 outbreak

The COVID-19 outbreak introduced to the modern world a pandemic not seen on thisscale for approximately a century. The health struggle -learning about the virus, how to reduce its morbidity and how to treat those who contracted it -was compounded by other crises the...

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oleg livshitz

Oleg is an expert in the field of crisis logistics and preparedness, with vast experience in logistics management – warehouse management, inventory, and design of sensitive, consumable and expensive equipment and proven experience in emergency and disaster management. He is...

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israel vs. coronavirus: the inside story of israel’s national response to the coronavirus pandemic

In the global fight to conquer COVID-19, one nation has shined brighter than the rest. Israel’s vaccine rollout is radically outpacing every other country on the planet. What’s the secret to Israel’s success? Find out by joining us for an intimate conversation, in...

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cyber threat fraud and crime

Organizations and individuals always need to be on guard against cyber-threats and online fraud schemes – but particularly now during the COVID-19 pandemic when so many people are working from home. The webinar was brought by the Secure Community Network (SCN), the security...

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safety & security considerations for facility closures

In response to COVID-19 and with many Jewish agency facilities closing, canceling or postponing events, remotely working, and supporting our communities in unique ways, the below information can help provide some simple crime prevention tips and best practices through low...

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jewish community guide for reopening facilities and resuming operations

States and localities have begun allowing for the reopening or partial reopening of certain businesses and institutions following closures caused by COVID-19, leaving Jewish institutions and facilities grappling with how and when to do so safely and responsibly. Because the top...

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considerations for reopening and resumption of operations

Our community organizations are facing conditions unlike many have ever experienced. Responsible measures to contain the COVID-19 outbreak have led thousands of facilities, including synagogues, community centers, schools, senior centers, camps and workplaces to close down,...

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a passover haggadah supplement

This year of COVID-19 disrupted the flow of our lives and created crisis situations that children and adults, families, communities, and nations now have to contend with. With the passing of time, and as many people have already been vaccinated or are recovering from COVID-19,...

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navigating vaccine hesitancy in the jewish community

Hope is finally on the horizon one year into the Covid-19 pandemic, yet public mistrust of vaccines threatens to undermine their tremendous potential. Please join our distinguished panelists for a discussion of the history, implications and best practices for addressing vaccine...

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returning to shuls: checklist for community leaders

COVID-19 health and safety checklist for leaders and organizers of congregations. The document provides a concise yet comprehensive list of protocols to ensure the safe and responsible reopening of places of worship within the...

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colonel (ret) avi (avraham) cohen

Avi had served as commander at IDF C5i Branch, cyber defense and Electronic Warfare for 30 years. He is a Digital Transformation and Digital Strategy Architecture Specialist. He is the Co-founder of SYN-RG-Ai- a consulting and integration company specializing in Smart cities and...

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risklevel

RiskLevel is an anonymous questionnaire to help women assess if they are at-risk from a partner and what their resources are. Why was it needed? One of the sad consequences of COVID-19 is a dramatic increase in domestic violence. Therefore, Hilma – in collaboration with...

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prof. gal ifergane

Prof. Ifergane completed his education and training in BGU and Soroka Medical Center in Beer-Sheva, Israel. In his military service as an IDF medical officer he commanded a combat medical support battalion and as a coordinator of medical operations in the medical corps. Since...

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galit palzur

Ms. Galit Palzur is an economist, specializing in corporate risk management of natural disasters and extreme events, writing her PhD dissertation on the subject at the Poznań University of Economics and Business. She advises and accompanies private and public bodies in her...

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prof. eli waxman

Prof. Eli Waxman serves as the Chairman of the advisory board to the Israeli National Security Council at the COVID-19 pandemic. He consaults to local authorities, organizations and Jewish Communities around the world....

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exiting corona crisis wisely

A webinar initiated by TAU in regards of the Exit Strategies from COVID-19 pandemic. Moderator: Dr. Bruria Adini, School of Public Health Participants: Prof. Ady Pauzner, Eitan Berglas School of Economics Prof. Irad Ben-GAL, Dpartment of Industrial Engineering Prof. Ariel...

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naama yardeni

Naama Yardeni is one of the key staff of Latet. As the Director of Latet's Aid for Life Department since 2017, she is in charge of providing direct assistance to more than 1,000 Holocaust survivors in need (food, home repairs, paramedical assistance and loneliness relief). ...

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mental health implications of emergencies

Tel Aviv University Summer 2020 Course: COVID-19: From Crisis to...

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dr. shafir botner

Dr. Botner is the Director of Magen David Adom Paramedic Education Center. During COVIS-19 he served as MDA representative to development & innovation team for COVID19 with IDF, Inelegance agency, MOH, General Security Services & Prime Minister's...

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from chaos to relief

On September 14, 2020, we held our first virtual conference on the impact of Covid-19 on vulnerable populations, and the response of the American and Israeli civil societies to the challenges posed by the pandemic. As Latet’s CEO Eran Weintrob said, “we consider this...

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el halev ​- building safer communities

The last few months of our lives have been different from anything we have ever experienced before. Lockdowns, uncertainty, frustration – all over the world, these have created a collective feeling of helplessness in the face of Covid-19. They have also contributed to an...

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carecall – phone conversations between generations

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to engulf our way of living, it is further exacerbating the challenges faced by everyone, and in particular older adults. In response to this crisis, we have come together to address some of the acute social needs of the older population....

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king david return to school guide

A Phased Approach to Resuming Schooling under...

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volunteerism and community resilience: locally owned solutions delivering impact

In this context paper, we explore how community-based volunteering building upon existing social structures and practices can foster both resilience to crisis and sustainable development. The connection between volunteering and community resilience is now in sharper focus than...

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neighbours taking action: responding to the rise in informal volunteering

The response from people wanting to help with the COVID-19 crisis has been overwhelming. Much of this has been about people simply wanting to do something helpful for their neighbours. This rise in informal volunteering is appreciated but also at times challenging as individuals...

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constructing school operations for remote-learning contingencies

It is still unclear how long our educational system will be required to operate remotely. Thus, due consideration must be afforded to how our schools may best respond to the new circumstances created by the Covid-19 pandemic....

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going out? do it safely!

Safety Guidelines in light of COVID-19 pandemic as it was published by the Canadian...

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helping and supporting students when a parent has coronavirus

During the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, as we continue to struggle with infection, there are situations where one or both parents are ill. In less severe situations, the patients are isolated at home or in a hotel, but when their condition is more serious, they may be hospitalized....

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volunteer management in a crisis

In the event of a disaster or emergency volunteers are often needed to provide practical and emotional support as they aid victims, support the delivery of government/public services and help rebuild communities. Volunteer management is key to achieving the effective involvement...

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dear friends and partners,

  We are delighted that you are here. JReady was created by The Jewish Agency for Israel as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenging consequences that continue to impact Jewish communities around the world. JReady is a “by the community, for the...

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