Use the green links below to access relevant information.
Information for residents and businesses from West Berkshire Council
Children's guide to Coronavirus produced by the Children's Commissioner
Mental Health and wellbeing at home - resources and online activities
Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people's mental health and wellbeing
West Berkshire Council wants everyone to be more aware of their mental health and help you to discover simple steps to look after your mental health and wellbeing. That's why we're promoting the Public Health England and NHS Every Mind Matters campaign to all residents in West Berkshire. There is a free NHS online tool, which helps you to create a personalised action plan that gives you simple steps and practical advice that you can build into your daily routines in order to help you cope with life's ups and downs, and to get more out of life - whether it's how to deal with stress and anxiety, boost mood, improve sleep or feel more in control. Please visit this page to find out more: https://info.westberks.gov.uk/everymindmatters
Supporting someone during COVID-19, useful information from 'Time to Change'
The Help Hub - Free support for individuals who find themselves with limited contact due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus
Read the latest newsletter from the It's My Life Group and try your hand at some of the puzzles.
Useful tips on staying active from Get Berkshire Active
Join Berkshire Vision's 'Virtual' Activities Programme, download joining instructions and calendar listing.
The MS Society have produced a range of activities for all abilities.
10 minute workout in your living room from the British Heart Foundation
Sport England - Join the Movement with Tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home
Digital classes, workshops - creative online sessions for all ages from The Corn Exchange, Newbury
Visit the West Berkshire Mums website for a list of local online classes and activities at home.
Why not join the Alzheimer's Society 'Virtual Singing for the brain' sessions every Monday.