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Many of us are struggling to maintain our mental wellbeing during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Mental health charity Mind has launched a page which has tips to help yourself cope, including ways to support yourself during winter.
We are now recruiting for our APPLE-Tree study! If you have problems with your memory and are interested, please email email@example.com or phone one of our research assistants on 07823 685922 or 07823 685824.
This course is an introduction to how to use online technology to stay connected. Attending online workshops, activities, social groups and events is a fantastic way to stay connected with both your local and wider community but with so much out there, it can sometimes be hard to know where to start.
The festive season can be a difficult time. The pressure to seem to be having a wonderful time can leave us feeling left out and images of happy families can increase feelings of isolation and distress. Many people feel this way, you are not alone.
Suicide can be a very difficult topic to raise if you notice changes in someone and you suspect that the person may have thoughts of wanting to die. On this course, we want to empower you to spot signs, raise awareness and know how to overcome the barrier of avoiding the subject.
This course is for everyone who wants to develop a more caring relationship with themselves and identify the benefits of being compassionate and caring to self, especially when life becomes challenging.