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#Coping - Five Ways to Wellbeing

#Coping Five Ways to Wellbeing

Offers practical ideas on how to incorporate the NHS’s Five Ways to Wellbeing into family life to support children and young people through these challenging times. Includes a version for children of primary school age and one for those at secondary school. #Coping - Five ways to Wellbeing


Five Ways to Wellbeing #5ways5daysNHS challenge –  Flyer attached.

Children and young people can take care of their own mental wellbeing during lockdown and help to raise awareness so that other children and young people can learn simple ways to look after their mental health too.  Children and young people are being invited to take the challenge to fit the NHS’s Five Ways to Wellbeing into their week (#5ways5daysNHS) and nominate five other people on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook to do the same to help spread the word. Young Health Champions have been involved in supporting this.


Podcast – by Young Health Champions 

Listen to two of the Young Health Champions discuss the five ways to wellbeing and what they mean in a world of self-isolation and social distancing. This gave us the inspiration to produce the #Coping Five Ways to Wellbeing Guide and to launch the #5ways5daysNHS challenge

Last Update: 08/06/2021

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