Mental health and well-being
The Coronavirus pandemic has brought with it some unsettling changes in our way of life.
During this time it is more important than ever to look after our mental health.
We have made a factsheet (PDF) to help you and your loved ones to remain well and to help prevent feelings of isolation.
Physical activities during Covid-19
Keeping fit during the coronavirus pandemic is really important for your physical and mental wellbeing.
We have some advice from the NHS and activeNewham to help you with keeping active at home including fun activities for kids, home workouts, seated workouts and exercises to help balance, strength and flexibility.
- activeNewham Fun Home Activities (PDF)
- activeNewham Home Workouts By NHS (PDF)
- NHS balance exercise (PDF)
- NHS flexibility exercise (PDF)
- NHS sitting exercise (PDF)
- NHS strength exercise (PDF)
National resources to aid physical health
Sport England's Join the Movement campaign is designed to provide inspiration and trusted information to the public about how to get active in and around the home during the coronavirus pandemic. You can use the hashtag #StayInWorkOut on social media.
10 today provides 10 minute videos of physical activity for older people which are available online. Podcasts are also available on BBC radio 5 or BBC Sound.
Nike Training Club offers access to 4-6 week training club and over 190 free workouts.
The Body Coach Joe Wicks has free live workouts available Monday to Friday between 9am-9.30am.
This Girl Can offers fun ways to get active at home.
Kids Wellbeing has handy guides on helping keep children healthy and active.
UK Active has a series of blogs on wellbeing and staying more active more often.