By: Todd Hall
During this time of uncertainty, social distancing, and strange work environments, Homrich Berg would like to share some helpful resources with you and your loved ones. Like many of you, our employees are adjusting to the need to work remotely and, in many cases, to home-school their kids at the same time.
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Grocery Delivery and Pick-Up Services:
Publix Grocery Delivery https://delivery.publix.com/
Kroger Grocery Delivery https://www.kroger.com/i/ways-to-shop/delivery
Kroger Grocery Pick-Up https://www.kroger.com/topic/clicklist
Target Pick-Up https://www.target.com/c/order-pickup/-/N-ng0a0
Wal-Mart Grocery Delivery https://grocery.walmart.com/
Amazon Prime Now Grocery Delivery https://primenow.amazon.com/
Costco Grocery Delivery: https://www.costco.com/my-life-costco-grocery-online-delivery.html
Food Delivery Services:
Uber Eats https://www.ubereats.com/
Official websites to keep up with rapidly evolving efforts to fight the virus and protect the economy
Federal Government multiple agency information site: www.Coronavirus.gov
CDC updates: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
IRS updates: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus
State of Georgia COVID-19 Webpage: https://dph.georgia.gov/novelcoronavirus
Tips for Working at Home:
Ideas and Free Educational Materials for Kids at Home:
- Crash Course YouTube Channel – Online courses on various subjects from Astronomy to US History and Anatomy & Physiology
- Crash Course Kids Youtube Channel – This bi-weekly show from the producers of Crash Course is all about gradeschool science.
- Smarter Every Day YouTube Channel – An entertaining channel dedicated to exploring the world using science.
- Scholastic Learn at Home— Daily projects for kids in pre-K through grade 9.
- Epic— A digital library for kids up to age 12.
- Khan Academy— Short online courses in subjects ranging from world history to economics, along with sample daily schedules to help get kids on a routine.
- Outschool— Live online classes for kids ages 3 to 18.
- BrainPop— Lessons in all subjects for kindergarten through grade 8; some school districts are supplying parents with passwords to log in free of charge.
- Org— Online coding classes.
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