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Self-Care and Mental Health


Self-Care & Mental Health Guide

Samaritans have compiled a guide of useful tips and words of encouragement to help manage mental wellbeing. The guide is located on Instagram, is very visual and breakdowns down tips into simple and manageable steps.  

Self-Care & Mental Health Videos

The NHS Every Mind Matters website contains videos for tips on exercise, sleep and how to take care of yourself on social media. It also contains links to help & support for groups of people who may be finding things particularly tough, or have additional needs.  


-The help & advice section of the We Are With You website contains some helpful articles which include tips for relaxing at home, how to break a habit and setting boundaries.


The NSPCC has an extensive page of resources which can help parents and carers to support children and young people who may be suffering from anxiety during this period.

Loneliness Resources

This blog highlights key messages about loneliness and social connection, looks at how they can be applied to social care practice and contains access to useful resources.

Think Ninja App – Free during Covid-19

The Think Ninja App is a commissioned child mental wellbeing app. In response to Covid-19 the app has been updated with specific content and made freely available to young people aged 10—18 years old. 


Support and resources for BAME Communities.


Resources to support your child as we come out of lockdown.