Covid 19 statement - update 15/07/2020

As we begin the gradual return to something associated with normal, just a quick update on what is open/closed etc.

Clinics: Michael, Ebron and Jeannette are now able to take clients.

Michael: you can book online. If not possible, please call 01775 725059 and leave a message with your name and number and your call will be returned.


Ebron: Call 07455 918370


Jeannette: call 07429 614599


Groups: As groups are unable to meet indoors, these are still suspended. 

Tonic 44 Cafe: Anticipating an opening mid August. 


Chair of Trustees



Keeping Safe and Well


Here are a few links to websites and service providers who may be of help/assistance during this time. 


Latest Government guidance on Mental Health and Wellbeing during the current pandemic:


Lincolnshire NHS Mental Health support line - open 24/7 - 0800 001 4331


Digital/virtual support for health and wellbeing:

Local Support 

Lincolnshire County Council Covid-19 Support and Services 

They also have a dedicated Covid 19 helpline for those with concerns about accessing support and information during this uncertain time on 01522 782189

South Holland District Council Support 


Dementia Support

People living with dementia

You may feel concerned about coronavirus how it could affect you. Alzheimer’s Society have published information on coronavirus for people affected by dementia.

If you’d like to connect and talk with other people affected by dementia, you can visit the Alzheimer’s Society online community Talking Point.

A range of information on information on dementia is also available from Alzheimer’s Research UK

If you are still feeling worried and want more help you can call the Alzheimer’s Society Helpline on 0300 222 11 22

You can also speak to a dementia specialist Admiral Nurse on Dementia UK’s Helpline, on 0800 888 6687.


Mental health support (adults)

• World Health Organisation – Coping with stress during the 2019-nCov outbreak (poster)

Samaritans - 116123

• Mental Health Foundation - How to look after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak
• MIND – Coronavirus and your wellbeing toolkit
• Steps 2 Change online resources – includes wellbeing podcasts and information about sleep
• Steps 2 Change – Computerised CBT
• NHS app library – range of mental health and sleep related apps, predominantly free
• NHS – includes mental wellbeing audio guides
• One You – Every Mind Matters. Promotional resources can be found on the Campaign Resource Centre
• SHINE – Coronavirus and your mental health. Includes various helpline numbers.
• Time to Change - Coronavirus and mental health: Supporting someone during Covid-19. Includes links to MIND and Rethink
• New mental health helpline - The new confidential helpline, in Lincolnshire, is a joint initiative across health, social care and the third sector, is available 24/7 and can provide emotional support, advice and guidance if you are feeling low, anxious or stressed, and think you might benefit from speaking to someone. By calling 0800 001 4331 you can speak to a member of a highly trained and experienced team of support workers who will be able to provide appropriate support.

Mental health support (young people)

• Kooth – Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people
• NHS app library – as above but includes some specifically for young people; Blue Ice, MeeTwo & Student Health App

Physical activity (adults)

• NHS Fitness Studio – exercise videos. Also includes chair based, pre/post-natal yoga and Pilates for various health conditions such as knee problems, arthritis, back pain etc
• NHS app library – iPrescribe Exercise
• This Girl Can – Home exercises
• Sport England – Get Active at home. On demand content and apps from a range of providers such as Body Coach, Les Mills, Fiit and Popsugar
• The Body Coach – Includes beginner workouts, 7 day workouts and specific home workouts for seniors
• British Heart Foundation – exercise with everyday objects (You Tube clip)
• Move it or lose it – Series of videos designed for older adults
• Parasport - Home workouts specifically designed for disabled people
• One You Lincolnshire – regularly sharing posts or activities on their Facebook page

Physical activity (children & families)

• iMoves – Free platform designed for teachers and parents to support home learning by helping children learn through activity
• The Body Coach – Daily PE lessons and selection of kids workouts at home
• This Girl Can – Disney 'dance-along'
• Change 4 Life – Indoor activities for kids
• Change 4 Life – Accessible activities for children and young people

Healthy eating

• NHS Eatwell – includes recipes and tips
• One You – Eat Better. Includes information about the Easy Meals app
• Love Food Hate Waste