Lockdown brought about many changes. As restrictions are easing it can be an anxious time for those of us who have gotten used to our new routines.
Jigsaw developed the RALLY approach as a way One Good Adults can support young people’s mental health.
During the months of isolation, we didn’t have to worry too much about how we looked when leaving the house, but as things open up that might be quite different.
Many mental health services are now offering support through text, telephone or video based platforms. Here we outline different options and what to expect.
Jigsaw Live Chat is a new way to get support if you’re aged between 12 – 25 years-old. Our trained staff host 1:1 webchats, from 1-5pm, Monday-Friday.
For many of us, the only upside of Covid-19 was the downfall in FOMO – Fear Of Missing Out. However, with the phased return to normality, the phased return of FOMO is inevitable.
The Coronavirus (COVID 19) emergency means we have to be mindful about our health and wellbeing. However, many of us are feeling increased anxiety about our health which is not helpful.
It is really important to look out for each other along with our own mental and physical health in these unusual and uncertain times.
This animation demonstrates how mental health is our thoughts and feelings, how we are getting on with other people and how we are managing day-to-day life.