Health and Wellbeing

| 08 March 21

Everyone is still spending a lot more time at home. As lockdown is eased the rules are changing around where you can exercise. In fact physical activity is more important than ever right now. Being active in a way that is right for you can improve your physical health, help manage stress and anxiety and just generally make you feel better. National lockdown: Stay at Home - GOV.UK

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| 11 January 21

Sports England are sharing local ideas, initiatives, online classes or webinars on our social media platforms.

Active Sussex - Promoting sport and physical activity

Join the Movement | Sport England

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One You
NHS | 21 April 20

Getting exercise doesn't need to be difficult – you don't even need to leave the house! Clear some space in the living room and give our easy 10-minute workouts a go.

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New guidelines for Exercise
| 08 March 21

The government is easing limits on recreation and exercise outdoors, which will allow families more freedom over where they exercise and who with. Please check the for the latest guidelines here:

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Mental Health

During the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to take care of your mind as well as your body. NHS One You: Every Mind Matters have provided advice to help people stay on top of their mental wellbeing and cope with the challenges and anxieties of this period while staying at home. Every mind matters. Senior psychologists from Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are offering advice and guidance to help people take care of their mental health during the coronavirus crisis – and beyond.

Health in mind is a free NHS service for anyone in East Sussex experiencing these kinds of emotional or psychological difficulties

Mindfulness exercises for children.

NHS | 21 April 20

NHS Mindfulness paying more attention to the present moment – to your own thoughts and feelings, and to the world around you – can improve your mental wellbeing.

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Supporting your child's mental health
Young Minds | 25 August 20

Tips, advice and where to get support for your child's mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

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Supporting your child's mental health
The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust | 25 August 20

Parents can feel very alone when trying to help a child with a mental health problem. However, there is a lot they can do to help, and to look after their own wellbeing in the process

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The coronavirus outbreak has led to many of us having to adapt to a lifestyle that is completely unfamiliar. For people experiencing alcohol and substance abuse issues, this situation can be incredibly challenging.

It’s really important that we all follow the official advice on coronavirus (COVID-19) and avoid meeting anyone we don’t live with. This will save lives. You can help keep yourself safe by staying in touch with your friends online or by phone rather than meeting up. This entry was last updated: 21st April, 2020


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We’re continually updating this website in light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with a list of helpful links for parents.