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By Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Excellent for wellness; not just for COVID-19 or veterans.

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Don't let the name or the creator sway you from this rich wellness resource packed with tools for mindfulness, self-awareness, relationships, and goal-setting -- as well as COVID-19 information. Though it includes helpful information for mental health during the Coronavirus quarantine and tips for vets, COVID Coach is easily relevant for anyone at any time. Users can navigate by section, but swiping also takes kids to the next section, which makes it super easy to poke around. Lots of cross-links are included, so the journey isn't linear at all, allowing kids to freely move where they need. COVID Coach works well as a screen-based tool, but also has ideas for offscreen activities to entertain the whole family and keep everyone grounded. It wasn't developed specifically with kids in mind as users. Though the graphics and interface are clean and look great, it's not exactly exciting or fun for kids. Despite that, COVID Coach has potential to be a golden resource for kids and parents alike.

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