COVID-19 resources

We have a number of resources to help you through the COVID-19 outbreak. Please view our articles for guidance.

Supporting your wellbeing | Coping with a loss

Supporting your wellbeing

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    Helping you and your family stay well during COVID-19

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    These are unprecedented times and most, if not all of us, are struggling to adapt to new ways of living and working. We have collated some of our most popular resources to help you and your family protect your wellbeing when everything else seems uncertain. 

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    Managing your wellbeing during COVID-19

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    COVID-19 has brought with it confusing and worrying times, and many of us are finding maintaining our emotional wellness a challenge. Here are a few ways that you can manage your wellbeing during uncertain times.

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    Looking after your financial wellness

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    We all have money worries from time to time, and given the uncertainty we are facing due to COVID-19, it’s essential that we arm ourselves with as many coping strategies and best practices as we can. Here are some positive steps which you can take to look after your financial wellbeing.

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    Managing your wellbeing if you’re self-isolating due to COVID-19

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    Human beings are social animals and isolation for extended periods of time can naturally cause us to feel anxious or low. Here are some tips to help you stay well should you need to self-isolate.

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    Understanding your alcohol intake during COVID-19

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    Once established, changes in drinking patterns can lead to ingrained habits which are hard to break. Whether we’re furloughed or working from home, more and more of us are turning to alcohol to help us pass the time, or deal with the pressures of a new way of life.

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    COVID-19 keeping well

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    This is a one-off information guide about managing your wellbeing in the face of COVID-19.

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    COVID-19 resilience

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    This is a one-off information guide about building resilience in the face of COVID-19.

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    COVID-19 managing worries

    Source: Turning Point

    This is a one-off information guide about managing worries in the face of COVID-19.

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    COVID-19 staying connected

    Source: Turning Point

    This is a one-off information guide about staying connected; particularly in the face of the current social distancing and isolation measures, aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19.

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    Dealing with domestic abuse during COVID-19

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    Whether you’re experiencing abuse from your partner for the first time, or you’ve been living with abuse for many years, it’s important to know that you’re not alone, and help is available.

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    Dealing with difficult customers

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    We’ll no doubt all have times when we’re required to deal with an unhappy or aggressive customer. Although it can be unsettling, here are some things you can do to reduce the impact on your own wellbeing, and that of your colleagues and other customers.

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    Managing health anxiety

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    Health anxiety is an unfounded, sometimes all-consuming worry about having, or developing, a serious medical condition. Learn about managing health anxiety in these uncertain times.

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    Caring for family and friends during times of crisis

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    Connection with other people is incredibly important, and evidence shows that our physical and mental health can suffer without social support. Here is some information to consider while caring for your loved ones during COVID-19.  

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    Maintaining your family’s physical wellness

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    As we spend more time at home, it is important we manage our physical wellbeing and stay as active as possible. We have collated our nine favourite articles to give you and your loved ones some inspiration.

Coping with a loss

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    COVID-19 bereavement, grief and loss

    Source: Turning Point

    This is a one-off information guide about managing bereavement, grief and loss in the face of Covid-19.

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    Dealing with a bereavement – supporting yourself and others

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    Losing a loved one can be an overwhelming experience, even if the death was expected. It’s not uncommon to feel like you’re living in a nightmare from which you can’t wake up. Grief is a natural part of life and with the right help, you can move forward.

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    Dealing with a bereavement – the five stages of grief

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    The Kübler-Ross five stages of grief model is a helpful way to understand the human response to loss. We don’t enter and leave each individual stage in a linear fashion, but go back and forth as we recover.

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    Dealing with a bereavement – understanding types of grief

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    Bereavement can be experienced differently depending on the circumstances. It’s important to understand the types of grief so that we can support ourselves as well as others. 

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    Helping a child through a bereavement

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    As a parent or other important adult in their life, you can’t protect a child from the inevitability of loss, but you can help them to feel safe while they process the death of someone close to them.

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