Caring for COVID-19 is hard. We can help.


Get expert advice from doctors

One of your instructors is Dr. Hank Taliaferro of Duke City Urgent Care.


Other instructors include Susan Wilcox of Harvard Medical School and members of the American College of Emergency Physicians. 







Discover steps to recover at home.

Dr. Leigh Vinocur, representative of the American College of Emergency Physicians, explains steps to recover from the virus.

Learn how to monitor friends and family members.

Dr. Jose Torradas explains how to check on loved ones as well as important breathing exercises.

Know emergency warning signs.

Dr. Susan Wilcox of Harvard Medical School describes how you can know if you have pneumonia, and warning signs that call for medical care.



This free course for the public was developed in partnership with medical doctors and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP).




COVID-19 @ Home

Featured On CNN


A representative of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Dr. Torradas was on CNN explaining the COVID-19 @ home project.

Be Prepared And Get Advice From Leading Doctors.


This course is totally free and outlines useful steps to improve health and speed recovery. It includes video lectures on how to create a household action plan, or breathing exercises to relieve chest congestion. There is even thorough medical information on how to use a pulse oximeter to track oxygen levels in your blood, a key metric for determining when to seek urgent medical attention. See here for more COVID-19 information and resources from the American College of Emergency Physicians.

 


Psychology Today published a piece on how [email protected] can help your family protect and recover from Coronavirus.





Univision highlighted our work in an article explaining how to recognize less distinguishable symptoms of COVID-19.

Metro newspaper published a piece on [email protected] efforts to "help those recovering at home ease symptoms and monitor their progress."






NPR station WHYY aired a story on [email protected], noting how recognizing symptoms, and knowing the emergency warning signs can save lives.