We have partnered with local mental health charity Support to Recovery, who promote positive mental health.
They have developed some weekly activities that people can try at home which will promote their wellbeing and mental health during this time of scoial isolation. These packs are available for anyone to download and use, we have a Word and PDF version that can be downloaded.
Heres what Support to Recovery say;
“We know it can be difficult to connect with others, remain engaged and stay motivated in the unusual circumstances we are living in, so we wanted to send you a little something to keep you feeling connected, also getting creative is a great way to keep your mind occupied, and feeling calm and relaxed.
The Wellbeing packs are designed around the national Ways to Wellbeing initiative, these are recognised to keep you fit and healthy in different ways, each pack will have different tips and a creative activity for you to try.
Remember it’s really important to follow current Government Guidelines to keep yourself and others safe.”
Download the pack here;
We hope that these packs are accessible for people with Visual Impairments, not all the activities may be suitable for your level of sight loss, but we wanted to share everything in the pack so you can choose which activities you do. If you have any feedback about the packs, please contact Claire firstname.lastname@example.org 07708 054245 and we will feed it back to Support to Recovery.