Staying Well

The MDNA can offer advice and support to people living with motor neurone disease

MS Society has the latest guidance on coronavirus for people affected by multiple sclerosis

Leading cancer charities have worked together to produce information on coronavirus for anyone affected by cancer.

The British Heart Foundation has published detailed guidance for people with heart or circulatory disease.

Diabetes UK has some information on their website for people living with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. 

The National Eczema Society has offered advice on handwashing techniques for people with eczema and other skin conditions.

Asthma UK has released advice for people with asthma.

Parkinson’s UK have produced an coronavirus information page for people affected by Parkinson’s

SignHealth has created British Sign Language videos to help deaf BSL users.

Doctors of the World have shared COVID-19 advice for patients in over 20 languages which were produced in partnership with the Red Cross, Migrant Help and Clear Voice.

Staying active

The NHS has published information about strength exercises you can do at home.

Public Health England have 10-minute video workouts you can do at home.

BBC Radio 5 Live have an exercise program aimed at helping older people stay active, improve their mental health and maintain independence whilst at home.

Looking after your mental wellbeing

Get free tips on how to improve your sleep from Every Mind Matters

Access practical support tools such as audio guides and mood self-assessments from the NHS

Every Mind Matters have information about staying mentally well whilst staying at home.

Anxiety UK are offering a range of support resources, including regular webinars, online support groups and a Helpline for anybody experiencing coronavirus-related anxiety.

Mind have guidance for people about looking after their mental health and wellbeing while self-isolating.

Carers UK have published tips for carers who need help to protect their mental wellbeing.

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