Virtual & Online Programming – Spring Quarter 2020

as of 3.24.2020

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● Daily fitness training tips including workout plans and instruction

● Weekly fitness challenge - An opportunity for Anteaters to challenge themselves

● Weekly cooking demonstrations and recipes - Healthy and fun cooking advice

Zoom

● Live daily F45 classes beginning March 30 - Remote HIIT instruction

● Live yoga and Zumba classes at tbd dates/times

Campus Recreation Web

● Fitness video archive including yoga, relaxation, stretching

● Fitness links - Curated list of free and paid sites with fitness training plans

Intramural Sports x eSports

● Online gaming leagues and tournaments for students, faculty and staff

CAMPUS SOCIAL WORKER

Case management appointments via Zoom video conference or phone

CARE

● Confidential advocacy services are available, provided via Zoom video conference or phone.

● In-person accompaniment for interviews and forensic exams on hold, but virtual accompaniment services available where possible.

● University Affairs courses/Peer education instruction will continue, conducted via Zoom or Canvas website with preloaded modules.

● SE195 internships will still be offered and projects will be transitioned to a remote format.

● Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) events

Transitioning to virtual environments – details to come

○ Social media campaign

○ Participation in virtual events will be incentivized with raffle prizes

Take Back the Night – April 15

Clothesline Project – April 13-15

Denim Day – April 29

 

● Faculty Staff Lunch and Learns via Zoom – May 6 and June 3.

● Education and outreach – social media campaigns with a focus on increasing engagement

● Holistic healing programming – moving online with resource and information sharing

Resources will include:

● Downloadables, strategies and tips for self-care and video tutorials

● Virtual drop-in meetings and self-care sessions/tutorials once per week  – facilitated by CARE staff

Sample social media posts:

Facebook on March 20

Instagram on March 24

In order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, the CDC advised everyone to stay home, away from crowds, and promote physical distancing. But for some, home may be more dangerous than it is safe. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Every year, nearly 10 million people are impacted by sexual assault and physical abuse by an intimate partner. Staying at home may allow intimate partners to maintain their control.⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

UCI CARE is committed to supporting students and staff who are currently being quarantined at home and need to create a safety plan. You are not alone. We are here for you.

Resources are available in the link on our Medium bio

CHILD CARE

Child Care Services is closed at this time. Teachers have prepared resources and activities that parents can do at home with their children.

COUNSELING CENTER

● Providing routine individual sessions, case management services, initial appointments, and one-session appointments via TAO using Zoom

● Drop in Groups are offered via Zoom

● Strong Social Media presence

● Peer Programs – COACH, Peer Educator Program, & LGBT Mentoring Program – are running virtually

● Goals-In Action is running in the Spring virtually

Counseling Center current operations for clinical care:

During business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) to schedule routine appointments, urgent care and all other inquiries:

● Call 949.824.6457 and leave a message.

● Calls will be returned within 2 hours during normal business hours.

● If you CANNOT wait to be called back within the 2-hour time frame, call 949.824.6457 and select option 2 to speak with a counselor by phone.

For life threatening emergencies

● Call 911

● Call UCI Campus Police at 949.824-5223, or

● Go to your nearest Emergency Room

For urgent concerns when the Counseling Center is closed and on national holidays or weekends

● Call 949.824.6457 and Select option 2 to speak with a counselor by phone.

● Call National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255, or

● Text “Home” to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line

DISABILITY SERVICES CENTER

DSC services continue remotely.

Active presence on DSC social media.

We are putting resources pertaining to online classes/instruction for students, faculty and staff on the DSC website.

Revamping ZotAbility Ally Training for a virtual format.

STUDENT HEALTH CENTER

  1. Primary care service is modified to allow access either by telephone visit, televideo where feasible, or in person based on clinical evaluation.
  2. Patient access and care will still continue via a modified hybrid model combining some in-patient visits and telehealth.
  3. Non-essential visits (ex: physicals) and well woman exams are suspended, and will be re-evaluated at the end of 2-3 weeks. The only change to the existing extended hours schedule is that the Tuesday extended hours will be ended until further notice. SHC is coordinating with Gottschalk Medical Plaza to refer to their site for drive through testing, following their internal referral guidelines.
  4. Specialty Services: on-site have been suspended, however referrals to specialists will continue. Tele-health specialty visits will be evaluated over the weeks to come as some may lend themselves well to the T.H. platform.
  5. Ancillary Services: will continue to be offered in support of patient care. Staffing levels and on-site scope of work may be modified to meet or anticipate patient demand
  6. Mental Health services: is conducting an on-going review of chronic care demands, determining which cases require continued face to face management. Some cases may be managed by phone visit or televideo
  7. Dental service is modified to emergent and urgent services on-site, while postponing elective procedures, and rescheduling others to future dates. Recently released ADA (American Dental Association) guidelines may require more restrictive urgent care guidelines. In the event that this occurs, Student Health Dental will comply.

We evaluate service demand in all patient sectors by the daily tracking of patient visit

volume. Our staffing levels are anticipated to flex with patient demand.

STUDENT WELLNESS & HEALTH PROMOTION

The Center for Student Wellness & Health Promotion is taking the following steps to provide services while working remotely:

Individual Consultations

Staff are handling all requests for individual appointments and consultation meetings via phone, email or zoom.

Small group meetings

Staff are continuing to meet with student groups (peer educator groups, interns, student staff, etc.) via zoom and staying in communication via email. We are also meeting weekly as a staff, via Zoom, to touch base and update each other on what we are working on.

Classes and targeted workshops

Classes for specific students and workshops for specific groups will be delivered using Zoom, Facebook Live, or other formats that make the most sense and are available to our staff.

All large-scale programming is on hold until further notice.

We are also keeping our website and social media updated daily with new information and resources. This information is being added/posted to our platforms daily.