This course has been developed for everyone in response to the recent global pandemic. There is information about how to avoid catching/spreading the virus, what immediate feelings you may have and common reactions, managing your mental health at this time, managing isolation and social distancing, self-care, supporting children and young people and some accessible information.
This course has been written for young people aged 13-18 as a way of learning about the global pandemic.
You will learn helpful information about what the new virus is, how to stay healthy and do your best not to pass it on, how you might feel about it, things to do at home and how to help yourself and others.
This course has been written for children aged 7-12 as a way of learning about the global pandemic.
You will learn helpful information about what the new virus is, how to stay healthy and do your best not to pass it on, how you might feel about it, things to do at home and how to help yourself.
The coronavirus pandemic means that more of us are working remotely at home, socialising, shopping and educating our children online, which makes it more important than ever that we do everything we can to stay safe online. This course has been created to give you information about how to make the most of your time online including looking after your wellbeing and supporting children and young people online.
This course has been designed by specialist occupational therapists. The idea for the course was sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic and how it has impacted on peoples’ lives across the world. The course focuses on tips to maintaining occupational balance during these uncertain times and will guide you through the landscape of how an understanding of occupation and how you can refine or learn new skills/knowledge as applied to your life right now. This will help your ability to better achieve occupational balance, make positive changes, and meet your needs and the needs of people around you.
This workbook aims to introduce some ideas about spirituality, and provide a framework that people can use to explore their own spirituality and how it relates to their mental health and wellbeing. There are lots of real life stories along the way to illustrate the ideas.