Health and Wellbeing

Please click the links below to access up to date government guidance. There is advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and how to look after the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. 

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Resources to help when explaining Coronavirus to children and ways to cope 
Gaining an insight into the worries that children have shared with Childline during this pandemic can help adults think about what support needs to be put in place for young people at this time. You can download the summary below


Many of us may feel overwhelmed at the moment. It's really important to reach out for help if you are struggling.

Visit the NHS mental health and wellbeing site to find out what support is out there 




Mindfulness and relaxation exercises 

 The Autism Education- a social story 
 Information for victims of domestic abuse
 Following Government guidelines in relation to the COVID - 19 pandemic, NDAS will continue to support victims of domestic abuse by telephone, as face to face meetings will be suspended. The telephones will be covered from 10 to 4.30, but in the event of being unable to get through, please leave a message and someone will get back to you ASAP.  Their contact number is 01434 608030 or you can send a message through their Facebook page or Website. 

They provide:​

  • Emotional and practical support - individually or as a group

  • Advice about safety planning, finances, housing, welfare rights and domestic abuse and the law

  • Information and signposting to a wide range of specialist local services

If you are affected by domestic abuse or violence and want to speak to a member of our team, call us: 01434 608030


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