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  • Bereavement support for care staff

    Losing someone close to you, whether it’s a family member, friend or colleague, can be devastating. This loss may be especially difficult during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic because you may not have been able to...

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  • Courses and learning

    Wellbeing is defined as "the state of being comfortable, healthy or happy". For many people developing skills and improving knowledge is an important aspect of their overall wellbeing journey.

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  • Connecting with others

    Evidence shows that good relationships with family, friends and our wider communities are important for our mental wellbeing. They can help us build a sense of belonging and self-worth, provide opportunities to share pos...

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  • Creativity and wellbeing

    Research shows that being creative can improve your mental wellbeing. Whether it’s writing, baking, gardening, sewing, or playing music, a creative outlet can really improve your mental clarity. Hobbies such as reading...

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  • Connecting with other parents

    Being a parent can feel extremely isolating, especially when you have children that need additional support. Parents can often spend days alone with their children without really connecting with other people. Your usual ...

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  • Being with bereavement

    Losing a loved one is something we are likely to experience as we grow older. Even if someone’s been ill for a long time, when they pass away it can be very difficult to deal with.

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Helpful resources

Supporting bereavement

A guide to helping the bereaved

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Arts and creative therapies

Guidance from Mind which explains what arts and creative therapies are, the different types and how to access them.

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