Screens and Coronavirus Support | Tanya Goodin Digital Wellbeing Expert
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Covid-19 Support

Tanya usually speaks at live events but is currently is offering limited 1-2-1 video coaching and webinars (only during the pandemic) to help two groups: parents supporting their children in remote learning and those working from home. The focus of all coaching and webinars is about how to maintain a healthy balance with screens and coronavirus connection and education needs.

“Tanya ran two brilliant webinars for us during lockdown, Teens & Screens and Digital Detox. Both greatly received, really engaging and informative. We’ll definitely be doing more.”

Director of Events, Immediate Media

screens and coronavirus

Tanya’s 1-2-1 sessions for parents will help you create the best environment for your child to learn successfully at home;

  • Both technical and learning support.
  • Setting-up the home environment to enhance successful learning.
  • Motivating your child and keeping them engaged.
  • Healthy screen-time guidelines.
  • Getting the right balance for playtime on screens after ‘school’.
  • Strengthening the school:home partnership.
  • Celebrating success.
Working From Home and Coronavirus

Tanya’s practical 1-2-1 coaching sessions and in-house webinars, delivered via video calls only during the pandemic period, offer support with;

  • Setting-up the home environment to support successful home working.
  • Dealing with distractions and enhancing productivity.
  • Setting and keeping boundaries between work and home.
  • Ensuring a healthy use of social media during the pandemic.
  • Identifying the issues screens and coronavirus usage may be causing
  • Overcoming technical hiccups.
  • Strengthening mental health and resilience in a 24:7 news environment.
  • Successfully juggling childcare and home working.

“If you are interested in something go at it at full speed ahead. Above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good.”

Roald Dahl