Southside Self-Isolation Support group were recently contacted by the wonderful team at Phillies of Shawlands about their Community Meals project.
Here are 5 tips to help maintain and aid your mental health during lockdown and beyond.
Over the past month, we’ve built an amazing community, offering support, empathy and kindness to one another.
Whether it’s a coffee morning at your local church, a football match or a huge stadium gig, unfortunately if it was due to happen in the next couple of months, it’s probably been cancelled or postponed.
We’ve got a mouse. He’s called “H” and he moved into one of kitchen cupboards about 10 days ago.
We know that this is a really difficult time for everyone and it’s vital to look after your mental health as well as your physical health.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has had a major impact on the way we socialise and engage with others. Below are some helpful tips to keep in contact with friends and family outside of your household:
If there’s one thing that coronavirus has taught us – aside from the importance of washing our hands properly – it’s that we thrive as part of communities. All over the country, people have joined together to support friends, families and neighbours. This group is one of the best examples by far.
Quite rightly, many of our fears have been focused on our elderly. Who will fetch their groceries? How will they deal with the solitary existence imposed by social distancing?
Our new online community has demonstrated fantastic kindness, selflessness and love over the past few weeks. Unfortunately, there are some scammers who may be taking advantage of the vulnerable.
What a week! In just seven days, what began as a suggestion from our chair Rhona on the Battlefield Community Project page, is now a nearly 4000-strong group of local people offering to help each other in a world that is increasingly becoming unrecognisable.