- Autistic and Unapologetic: How to support Autistic People during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
- Age Uk – Staying safe and well in your own home: Advice on well-being from AGE UK. Also includes tips on gardening and a video of chair exercises.
- Young Minds: Advice for young people/teenagers who may be anxious about coronavirus.
- Young Minds – looking after your mental health while self isolating: Well-being for Young People/teenagers.
- Talk Out: Talk Out is the voice of Mental Health in the workplace and has one mission; to make it okay not to be okay in the workplace. Working hard to break the stigma around mental health in the workplace.
- Foster Talk: If you are already fostering you will be aware that fostering children and young people can be both challenging and rewarding, and Foster Talk believes that all foster carers should have access to effective support networks and resources to help them in their fostering role.
- Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young peoples mental health and well-being during the coronavirus covid-19 outbreak: Advice to help adults with caring responsibilities look after them mental health and well-being of children and young people. Guidance includes ‘Helping children and young people cope with stress’, ‘How children and young people of different ages may react’ and ‘Looking after your won mental health’.
- Looking after your feelings and your body: An easy read guide from Public Health England to help adults with caring responsibilities look after the mental health and well-being of children and young people, including those with additional needs and disabilities.
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