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Information and resources

From information, apps to free online workouts we’ve got you covered.

 

 

Mental health information and support

 

Activities and resources

Mental health and wellbeing

  • NHS.uk has a range of audio guides that cover a range of topics such as anxiety and unhelpful thinking
  • NHS.uk has an approved list of mental health helplines and websites, with the majority of websites having a specific area for coronavirus mental health support
  • NHS.uk also has an App Library to help you find apps and online tools to help you manage your health and wellbeing.

 

Mindfulness and relaxation

  • Headspace have created a free section in their app called ‘Weathering the storm’ which is available to access over the next few months. This includes meditation, sleep and movement exercises
  • The Mental Health Foundation have a range of wellbeing podcasts
  • The Be Mindful course (£30 fee) can help you in reducing stress, depression and anxiety. It guides you through the elements of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT)

 

Sport

  • Join the Movement of Yorkshire Sport Foundation have a range of online information and resources to help you to #StayInWorkOut. They also have an online physical activity finder showing virtual activities available from different organisation and clubs for different age groups and interests
  • Sport England has compiled a list of ways we can all stay active whilst social distancing or from home. From home work-outs to getting fit with the kids
  • The Body Coach has over 250 free home work-outs for all fitness levels
  • Active Calderdale have launched their Keeping active during Covid-19 campaign; which has ideas and links for people of all abilities
  • Public Health England have produced a Active at Home booklet for older adults to provide practical guidance on home-based activities to maintain their strength and balance.

 

Music

  • Celebrity singers from around the world are support the World Health Organisation and Global Citizen’s #TogetherAtHome initiative and live-streaming virtual concerts through their social media channels. Missed the live-streaming? Catch all past performances

 

Community support

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