Staying well at home

Published: 15 May 2020

Staying well at home

This is an uncertain time for us all, but have you stopped to ask yourself how you are doing?

  • Are you managing to stay connected with loved ones?
  • What about staying physically well? Whatever that looks like for you…
  • How are you feeling?

We are here for you. Below you will find some help and advice on looking after yourself and your loved ones during isolation. We have also included some links to partner organisations for further help.

As the situation continues, we will be adding new details of support and advice available on a frequent basis so please check back regularly.

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Keeping physically well?

Taking care of your body helps care for your mind. Making small, gradual changes can have a positive impact on your mental wellbeing.

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Staying connected?

At times of stress, it’s important to draw on your support network – this could be your family, friends, work colleagues or your wider community.

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How are you feeling?

We are living through a difficult time and it is more important than ever to look after your mental health and wellbeing.

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Further support and helping others

There are services to support you and others you may be worried about. Talking about your worries and problems can make things easier.