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This year's Mental Health Awareness Week (18th-24th May) will celebrate the thousands of acts of kindness that are so important to our mental health.
During these unprecedented times, kindness is key. Reach out for help if you need it- this is a difficult time for many people.
The Mental Health Foundation is encouraging a discussion of the kind of society we want as we emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Stuart Low Trust is embracing this opportunity to gain feedback from its participants and volunteers. Please tell us about the kind of society you want and the help that you will need after the coronavirus pandemic by answering our survey: https://stuartlowtrust.typeform.com/to/BFpisk
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘kindness’; celebrating why acts of kindness are important to our mental health and exploring the kind of society we want to shape as we emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.
Read tips for being kind to yourself and maintaining wellbeing your wellbeing. Members of the Stuart Low Trust community share their tips for self care.
Tips for maintaining your mental health and wellbeing during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
We have created a handy list of contacts where help is available if you or someone you know is having a mental health crisis.
Stuart Low Trust Participants came up with some tips and advice for managing anxiety.
Read our gardening project's tips for your wellbeing.