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Supporting Ourselves Through COVID-19 Crisis (CC_001)
Living well During Covid-19
Supporting Ourselves Through COVID-19 Crisis (CC_001)
This course has been developed through the stories shared by people of lived experiences of mental health problems. Their wisdom, knowledge and experiences covers ways to support ourselves through the panic, worry and isolation. The stories...
Connecting Online (PART ONE) - An Introduction to Zoom Meetings (CC_002)
Living well During Covid-19
Connecting Online (PART ONE) - An Introduction to Zoom Meetings (CC_002)
In a time of Covid-19 many of us are not able to leave our homes, either due to having to shield, are on lock-down or are reducing our time outside to protect ourselves and others from getting the virus. However, this means we are having less...
Connecting Online (PART TWO) - How to use Zoom (CC_003)
Living well During Covid-19
Connecting Online (PART TWO) - How to use Zoom (CC_003)
In a time of Covid-19 many of us are not able to leave our homes, either due to having to shield, are on lock-down or are reducing our time outside to protect ourselves and others from getting the virus. However, this means we are having less...
Connecting Online (PART THREE) - Setting Up a Peer Support Group on Zoom (CC_004)
Living well During Covid-19
Connecting Online (PART THREE) - Setting Up a Peer Support Group on Zoom (CC_004)
This course will guide you through setting up a Peer Support Group on Zoom. We encourage people to use a laptop or desktop computer to do this. This course is specifically written on running a Peer Support Group using Zoom including - -...
Connecting Online (PART FOUR) - Zoom Etiquette for People Living with Dementia (CC_005)
Living well During Covid-19
Connecting Online (PART FOUR) - Zoom Etiquette for People Living with Dementia (CC_005)
In a time of Covid-19 many of us are not able to leave our homes, either due to having to shield, are on lock-down or are reducing our time outside to protect ourselves and others from getting the virus. However, this means we are having less...
MODULE 1 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Setting Things Up (CC_006)
Living well During Covid-19
MODULE 1 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Setting Things Up (CC_006)
During the Covid-19 pandemic, many people will have volunteered with the NHS, local authority or community group to help out. Many of these volunteers will have be given the role to support someone living with dementia in the community. This...
MODULE 2 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Transport (CC_007)
Living well During Covid-19
MODULE 2 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Transport (CC_007)
During the Covid-19 pandemic, many people will have volunteered with the NHS, local authority or community group to help out. Many of these volunteers will have be given the role to support someone living with dementia in the community. This...
MODULE 3 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Delivering Things (CC_008)
Living well During Covid-19
MODULE 3 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Delivering Things (CC_008)
During the Covid-19 pandemic, many people will have volunteered with the NHS, local authority or community group to help out. Many of these volunteers will have be given the role to support someone living with dementia in the community. This...
MODULE 4 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Keeping in Touch (CC_009)
Living well During Covid-19
MODULE 4 - Covid-19 Community Volunteer - Keeping in Touch (CC_009)
During the Covid-19 pandemic, many people will have volunteered with the NHS, local authority or community group to help out. Many of these volunteers will have be given the role to support someone living with dementia in the community. This...
Paula's Lockdown Pantry - Quesadilla (HN_1)
Health & Nutrition
Paula's Lockdown Pantry - Quesadilla (HN_1)
During Covid-19 it's really important that we eat well. With some cafes, restaurants and bistro shut, we may be having to cook for the first time. Whether, you are a regular cook or new to it all. Paula's Lockdown Pantry series, is ideal for...

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