We realise that this is a difficult time for many residents, especially for those self-isolating at home. We have put together some tips and information that may help you keep informed, active and well during this time.
There is a lot of information about COVID-19 and it can be difficult to know which sources to trust. We’ve compiled a list of useful official sites that can help you stay up to date:
Our expert fitness team at our Leisure Centres have been busy creating at home workout videos for all abilities to keep your mind and body fit and active any time.
Here are some resources to help you stay connected to family and friends, and support programs for those feeling isolated or lonely.
Maintaining a healthy diet and sleep is important to staying healthy and well.
Mindfulness and meditation can help improve mental health, try it out for yourself.
There are a number of educational institutions that are providing free online opportunities during this period. Check them out and take advantage.
Community organisations need our help more than ever, see how you are able to volunteer and help the local community.
With the situaton changing constantly and the anxiety that we are facing, it's more important than ever to take time out and look after yourself.
Little moments highlighting community spirit shine through and make an impact. See if these silver linings bring a smile to you.
The Mental Health Commission spreads the message through the community, that we are not alone - we are all in this together.
If you would like to talk to someone now, you can contact:
Enquiries can be directed to Community Services Team on 97100333 or email@example.com
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