With all of the changes currently happening it is even more important to take care of our wellbeing, here is a link to a great article from Mind with lots of practical tips on how we can all do this.
Just to keep you updated on the Wellbeing College as you can see lots of the courses have now been cancelled or postponed due to the ongoing developments in public health but I want to reassure you that we are working hard to be able to offer you other things to help support you instead, some ideas we're working on are online, live classes where you can click a link and join in from home, online wellbeing socials that you can join online to chat to others if you are feeling isolated or if you would like you could receive a phone call from one of our compassionate community connectors.
In the meantime if you're feeling isolated, you could try Turn to Me an online lifeline, or if it's exercise you're looking for try these online yoga classes, or why not walk a mile from home?! You could sign up to be a community volunteer if you are able or try an online CBT course for free! The NHS also has lots of great advice and information for managing your wellbeing during this unusual times too. If you would like to get in touch with the Wellbeing College to discuss what is available in the community for you please email: email@example.com.