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Amy, works in the Family Support Team and is hoping to start a new course for parents after half term to support with mental health and emotional wellbeing.  To help her get an idea of how parents are currently feeling and what they might want out of such a course, she was wondering if you could fill in the questionnaire below.  It would really help her to plan the course and make sure it gives parents the support they want and need.  Thankyou

At Bushy Leaze we pride ourselves on offering the best support possible to our families and children.  Below is information about outside agencies/services you can access; support available to your family and links to Hampshire services.  Please also see our page titled 'Useful Links' for further information.

 

Dragonfly is an organisation that aims to support families with emotional well-being

https://dragonflyimpact.co.uk 

 

A well-being site having a range of resources including supporting meditations, sleep, movement and exercises to help you out, however you are feeling

https://www.headspace.com

 

Evidence based advice for anyone supporting children and young people with worries

https://emergingminds.org.uk

 

Follow and like Hampshire CAMHS Innovations and Events on Facebook - they are continuously putting up lots of helpful information and resources around managing emotional well-being and other useful advice.

 

An app for managing worries, designed for children with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder, but helpful for all children

https://www.autistica.org.uk/get-involved/molehill-mountain-app?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=BlueMonday&utm_campaign=BlueMonday

 

Mustard Seed Autism Trust – A charity supporting families living with Autism

https://www.mustardseedautism.co.uk

 

An excellent website for ideas to positive mental well-being, including calendars for simple, daily actions to do as a family

https://www.actionforhappiness.org/calendars 

 

For adults wanting to support their own resilience

https://www.thehour.com/lifestyle/article/A-psychologist-s-science-based-tips-for-emotional-15135619.php 

 

Ways to look after your own mental health

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/coronavirus-covid-19-staying-at-home-tips/?

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Simple tips and actions for self care

https://www.annafreud.org/selfcare

 

Calm is a worldwide app for guided relaxation and mindfulness. They have created free access to support guided relaxation in response to the coronavirus situation

https://www.calm.com/blog/take-a-deep-breath?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=715072-free-mindfulness-resources-from-calm&utm_source=lists%2F51225-Ultimate-LoveLife-Makeover- Summit&simplero_object_id=su_eWE1de2opeEQMZhT61XBFMVm

 

Smiling Mind – an app designed to support with meditation and mindfulness for children, families and schools. Their website https://www.smilingmind.com.au provides lots of information and guidance and the app provides guided relaxation / mindfulness sessions. They also have a YouTube channel with lots of informative videos as well as guided meditation sessions also: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSP__8_QEFYdi0gY2F3CXfA 

 

Les Mills on demand https://www.lesmills.com/uk/ondemand Work out videos to do at home, free 30 day trial

 

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