Being isolated in lockdown and having big changes to our normal lives is likely to cause make everyone feel anxious, worried and scared. This is normal, and there are things that we all can do to make this time as manageable as possible.
We at Khulisa have put together some resources to help professionals, parents and everyone manage their wellbeing during this difficult time.
- Managing Isolation in Lockdown Resources – We’ve created a 10 Step Guide and a list of online resources for anyone who needs support in managing isolation at the moment.
- Parent’s Guides to Support During the Coronavirus Pandemic – We have put together the following guides to support parents in managing their own wellbeing as well as that of their families during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Tips & Techniques for Managing Anxiety in a Pandemic – This blog post compiles some of our best advice to help in managing anxiety including exercises we use ourselves plus some useful links to resources too.
Resources for Young People
Wellbeing Toolkit for Young People
We have also created a wellbeing toolkit specifically for young people at this time which you can access above. This guide covers the following:
- What to do if you’re worried about your health
- How to build a routine
- Eating a balanced diet
- Getting enough sleep
- Trying something new
- Taking time away from your laptop/phone
We hope you find it useful.
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Webinar support for young people
Like many, Khulisa is concerned about the impact of Covid-19 on the safety and wellbeing of young people, particularly those who were already vulnerable before the pandemic. We believe that addressing and nurturing young people’s social and emotional wellbeing is key to managing Covid-19 related uncertainty and transitioning safely from lockdown.
We are determined to reach and support as many young people online as we can at this time. That’s why we have designed 5 webinars exploring the following topics related to social and emotional well-being; Exploring Beliefs, Managing Triggers, Wellbeing & Coping Skills, Exploring Emotions, and Resilience. Each webinar is 60 minutes long and appropriate for a maximum group size of 8.
How do you refer young people to the webinars?