Coping guides to help support families, children and young people

During times of uncertainty – like when we all have to stay safe at home because of the coronavirus – it’s even more important to look after our wellbeing. This guide is designed to help support you with physical and mental health and wellbeing.
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During times of uncertainty – like when we all have to stay safe at home because of the coronavirus – it’s even more important to look after our wellbeing.

Our colleagues from the NHS (East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Group) have released a series #Coping guides to pull together the best resources and promote self-help. Download the guides below.

For more information please visit www.eastberkshireccg.nhs.uk/our-work/coping-guides/

To listen to the podcast by Young Health Champions click here

Listen to two of the Young Health Champions discuss the five ways to wellbeing and what they mean in a world of self-isolation and social distancing.

Downloads coping guides

FAMILY LIFE. Contains information on high-quality resources to support family life and parenting, with advice on keeping children entertained, looking after everyone’s mental health and where to turn for extra help, including confidential helplines.
5 WAYS TO WELLBEING. Offers practical ideas on how to incorporate the NHS’s Five Ways to Wellbeing into family life to support children and young people through these challenging times. Version for children of primary school age.
5 WAYS TO WELLBEING. Same as above but focused on children at secondary school age.
YOUNG PERSONS GUIDE. Lists lots of useful self-help apps and websites and a range of resources, including helplines, to support young people with their mental health.

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