We are gathering links to information for children and families, including information on staying safe and wellbeing. Have a look below if you need any help – if you cannot find what you need, please contact us through this website ‘Contact Us’ page or via email@example.com
Compassionate Neighbours Compassionate Neighbours are trained volunteers offering friendship and listening. Website gives information on worldwide compassionate action in the present coronavirus climate and ways to get in touch for connecting and friendship.
The Kingston Stronger Together Support Hub is being run in partnership between Kingston Council, Kingston Voluntary Action, Volunteering Kingston and other community groups. Together we are helping Kingston residents who cannot leave their home due to COVID-19 and need extra help on top of what friends, family, trusted neighbours and other local services are providing.
Connected Kingston – there are many wonderful organisations and services providing ongoing support to Kingston’s residents while self-isolating or social distancing.
Family Lives Family lives have a free help line that offers support and advice on any aspect of parenting and family life – they have volunteers working from home 9am-9pm Mon-Fri and 10am-3pm Sat/Sun 0808 800 2222
The Good Thinking NHS-approved website developed by the Healthy London Partnership provides a range of useful guidance and online apps to support mental health and wellbeing. This resource is funded and endorsed by the NHS and is focused on supporting cognition, anxiety and low mood.
Working from home health and wellbeing If you are working from home it is important to consider both your mental and physical health and wellbeing. Physical wellbeing including taking appropriate breaks and regularly moving is especially important. This website provides a desk-excise routine you can do to help your posture and wellness if you are indoors.