We have all been finding the lock-down period stressful and difficult for many different reasons. Here are some resources and useful links that have helped us during this difficult time.

We’ll update this page as often as we can so keep checking back

Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook Living With Worry and Anxiety During Global Uncertainty Workbook Coping With Stress
Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
Coping with Stress

The Wellness Society have produced an amazing workbook on how to manage anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic and lock-down period.

This brilliant workbook by PsychologyTools explores what worry is, how it affects our day to day lives and offers amazing suggestions as to how to manage our worry


The World Health Organisation (WHO) have put together this very informative infogram that has some brilliant suggestions on how to manage stress during this time.
Save The Children COVID Resource Pack Parenting During Covid – Activities to Keep Children Happy Mindwell Mental Health Support During Coronavirus

100 activities to keep children happy, entertained and active during lock-down, tips on parent self-care PLUS links to educational websites that help with homeschooling during lock-down

Parenting is a difficult job at the best of times. Save the Children recognise the added pressures of parenting during a pandemic and have put together this wonderful resource pack filled with different activities to do with the kids, ways of talking to them about what is going on in the world right now, and most importantly, suggestions on how to manage your own emotions during this stressful time.

STARS Coronavirus Resources

The team at STARS have put together a great selection of resources that can support in explaining coronavirus to young children with autism and additional needs.

Mindwell have put together a whole hub of resources, self-help videos and guides and information to help take care of your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mind Coronavirus Resource Hub Bereavement During Coronavirus NHS Coronavirus Updates
For the most up-to-date information on guidance during the lock-down period, and for advice on what to do if you are displaying signs of coronavirus visit the dedicated NHS coronavirus page.

Mind have put together a great collection of resources to help with mental health during the lock-down period, from managing difficult emotions to returning to work. They even have a dedicate section of resources for children and young people.

Leeds Bereavement Forum have compiled a list of useful links and resources for those who have been bereaved as a result of coronavirus.

As a result of lock-down many services are running at a reduced capacity. Find a list of changes to services across Leeds here.