Practical, helpful tips to help you and others look after your mental health and wellbeing during social distancing.
Accept that things will be different for a while. It is normal to have a range of feelings: you may feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or even angry. There are things you can do to feel better.
We have more tips on looking after yourself and other during a major crisis »
There are lots of ways to stay connected.
Your family, friends and flatmates
Young people and children
COVID-19 has impacted us all in some way. There are things we can do to make this situation easier for one another.
Share this poster of some simple steps to stay happy and hopeful during COVID-19.
Whatever your living situation we’ve collected tips from the extended Red Cross family to help your family during self-isolation.
How we support people to maintain their wellbeing and manage isolation.
A phone call to keep you socially connected.
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