You were practically housebound for three months because of the pandemic. Faced with all the constraints that this situation created, you were anxious for things to get back to normal.
But now that the “normal” life has begun, you are anxious to get out of the house. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly normal.
Give yourself time
The constraints of the pandemic have prompted you to change your behaviours and habits during containment. You have had to limit your outings, wash your hands all the time…
You also know that the pandemic is not yet completely under control, it may be more difficult for you to change all these behaviours. Give yourself time to dispel this fear.
You can defeat the fear of deconfinement
You must have experienced other challenges in your life before this pandemic. You were able to overcome them. Then you can overcome this one as well.
In collaboration with various professionals and organizations, Parkinson Québec has set up a platform offering many free online activities.
The end of lockdown does not mean that we are going to close this platform of activities, on the contrary, we know that it is essential for those who are still isolated, those who can’t get around, or those who don’t feel completely ready to “face” physical appointments.
Our desire is to accompany you, to help you stay healthy and keep your morale up in these difficult times.
Choose from several physical activities that you can practice in the comfort of your own home and sign up to reserve your spot:
- Voice training; etc.
You’re sure to find an activity that will please you.
Culture and leisure
Without leaving your home, you will be able to carry out many cultural and leisure activities such as :
- Visit 2500 museums and art galleries around the world;
- Climb Mont Blanc;
- Watch a good movie;
- Doing arts and crafts or discovering lots of web games and much more.
Are you creative at heart? Why not unleash your creativity through these 3 online workshops?
- Drawing workshop;
- Writing workshops;
- Viral Dictation.
A singing workshop will also be offered soon.
Activities to break isolation
It is essential not to be alone. There are solutions of mutual aid and solidarity around you. Discover the initiative of the Bel Âge magazine team. All you have to do is print this document and drop it in the mailbox of a neighbour who might need support.
Are you a caregiver?
Discover the new Caregiver Info service available 7 days a week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
By phone: 1 855 852-7784 À
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
No one really knows how the situation will evolve, but no matter what, you have the power to take action to break the isolation, to preserve your health, your well-being and your morale.
We will always be at your side to help you through this ordeal.
You can call us at 1-800-720-1307.
Take care of yourself!