Wellbeing Resources & Covid-19 

The Virtual Hope Guide

This new version of the guide has been created specifically to help people through Covid-19. Here you will find information for groups and services in B&NES, who have adapted to continue their fantastic work in the community, along with new groups and projects which have started in direct response to the situation.

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Mind - Coronavirus and your Wellbeing

In the Wellbeing Guide you will find useful Online resources and ideas to support positive mental health and wellbeing whilst at home during the Covid-19

In the Wellbeing resource you will find different resources, each based around one of the 5 ways to wellbeing, which may help to maintain your positivity, gain a fresh perspective and give you a different focus during this difficult time. 

 

 

During this time, it’s also important to keep safe; individually, in our households, and within the wider community. So we’ve added some additional information about this too in a Keeping Safe section.

Wellbeing Guide - Whilst at home

Safeguarding E-learning for Volunteers

Thank you for volunteering your time and help to respond to the current crisis situation and support the members of the community. To aid you we would like to provide you with information on how to promote the well-being of the people you will be supporting and protect them from harm. 

Compassionate Community Telephone Hub

A new telephone hub has been set up by Virgin Care, Bath & NE Somerset council and third sector groups to help people who are most in need with food, mental health, wellbeing and welfare. The hubs main priority is to help the most vulnerable, those in critical need due to shielding or isolation, if that is you please call 0300 247 00 50.

Wellbeing for Staff & Covid-19

The Intensive Care Society's new wellbeing resources aims to improve our understanding of psychological wellbeing at work, The impact reduced wellbeing can have and what we can do in response, and tips for dealing with extraordinary situations, including teams dealing with the different phases of corvid-19 in their service.

Wellbeing packs for people with no internet

Collated by local BANES services, these weekly packs contain various activities which can be done from home, along with useful contact details for organisations that can offer support during this challenging time. There are creative activities, puzzles, gardening prompts and guides on how to exercise from home

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