Wellbeing Resources – COVID-19 Pandemic

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The Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has brought with it all sorts of additional challenges to our physical and mental health. To help you manage these, we’ve put together a range of free wellbeing resources that can be accessed online.

Online Wellbeing Modules

We’ve developed a series of online modules covering a range of topics that may help to improve your wellbeing. They provide practical advice on maintaining your physical and mental health during the outbreak and beyond.

To access a module, just click on the image below:

Additional Resources

Here we signpost you to a range of external resources, designed to help you maintain your wellbeing and good mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Remote delivery

Over the coming months, we will be providing individuals, teams and business leaders with opportunities to attend regular, online wellbeing events and webinars that we’ll be hosting – further details and updates will be provided in the events section of this website. 

Sessions can be tailored to meet your specific needs, so if you think we may be able to support your team’s wellbeing, please get in touch and we’d be happy to discuss how we could help. 

Our In Work Support (IWS) Service

We have added the above options to the range of services we offer, to ensure that we’re still able to provide support to individuals and organisations during this pandemic. In addition to this, our confidential IWS telephone support service continues to operate as usual and can be accessed free of charge by anyone who is employed or self-employed (including those who are currently furloughed) and who lives or works in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot or Bridgend County Borough. 

If you have muscle or joint problems or you’re feeling stressed, anxious or low in mood, you could be getting timely, free support from our team of specialist NHS Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists.

To access our service, or to find out more, call: 01639 684568 or email wtw@wales.nhs.uk

We hope you find these resources useful and we look forward to hearing from you. In the meantime, we wish you good health,

Wellbeing through Work’s ‘In Work Support’ team