Parenting and beyond during Covid-19 times

Parenting and beyond during Covid-19 times Admittedly, the majority of parents have felt a LOT of pressure these last few months. The uncertainty of schools reopening, quarantines, job losses or changes, inability to plan, cancellations of trips, difficulties in organising family life and socialising or seeing dear ones has been very challenging....

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Helping your child cope with stress

Helping Your Child Cope with Stress With some primary school children returning to school this week following the Coronavirus lockdown, many children, as well as adults may be feeling anxious and stressed.   Stress in primary school children has risen to worrying levels according to school leaders. 78% of school primary teachers in a recent survey...

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#kindness – what does it mean to a child

#bekind – what does kindness mean to a child This week is mental health awareness week in the UK;  the theme is #kindnessmatters.  Following the tragic death of Caroline Flack earlier this year, kindness has been a hot topic, with t-shirts featuring the #bekind moniker and recently lots of Facebook posts asking us to be […]

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Mental health in the workplace

Mental Health in the Workplace Mental health is now the most common cause of sickness absence and is having a significant impact on businesses both large and small, the economy, the family and society as a whole. Even with the raised profile and openness shown by many famous people we are still not addressing the […]

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What is Arts4Dementia?

What is Arts4Dementia? The current government lockdown has been hard on families across the nation, indeed the world.  Having to stay within our individual households has meant a loss of contact with loved ones and a sense of isolation, particularly for the most vulnerable members of society.  People over 70 have been advised to stay […]

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Elders keeping in touch while social distancing

Ways to stay in touch with elders during social distancing People aged 70 and over have been urged to self-isolate for 12 weeks as the government bids to prevent the NHS from being completely swamped from coronavirus cases. Pensioners will effectively be cut off from friends, family and loved ones while health officials desperately try […]

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Managing anxiety during uncertain times.

Managing anxiety during uncertain times The current social-political climate is unprecedented in modern history.  Not since our grandparents and great grandparents were called up to war in the early twentieth century have we seen such a global predicament as that of the COVID-19 virus.  Whilst each individual country affected is implementing their...

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Help children anxious about Coronavirus?

How to help children through the anxiety of the Coronavirus? The Coronavirus reports are everywhere, so your children will inevitably have heard about it. With so much news surrounding the virus, it can cause anxiety. So how do you help children through the anxiety of the Coronavirus? Here we share some tips to help you […]

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Destressing at the end the working week

De-stressing at the end of the working week January is traditionally a month when we all feel a little down, chances are you had a lovely break over Christmas and are now straight back onto the hamster wheel of life like it never happened.  Ella Writer has some great ideas for stress busting at the […]

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