We're still here for you, with some fantastic resources.....
Easy Read Guides
Get up to speed on the coronavirus. These easy read guides will tell you what you need to know, and what you need to do to stay safe:
East Sussex County Council - Easy Read guide to Covid-19
(UPDATED 12th April 2021)
Health and Wellbeing
Introducing Hannah Boogie as you've never seen her before. Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 1:30pm. Join the fun via Zoom. receive the link by emailing;
Dancing is a great ‘pick me up’ so as well as joining us for Hannah Boogie, why not check out Oti Mabuse’s weekday dance classes from 11:30am, we couldn’t resist having a go ourselves and they are great fun.
Take a look on the link below;
See your mates and have a catch up before the weekend with weekly Zoom drop in sessions. Every Wednesday and Friday, at 1:30pm. Presented by a surprise host each week, everybody welcome.
To join, request an invite via email:
Great way to start the day….
We’re all joining in with Joe Wicks PE sessions, 9am every weekday morning. Why not give it a go?
You can still go out once a day for a walk. This is good for your mind and your body, so why not go for a stroll?
Just remember to keep your distance from others.
Here is a video of some of our staff getting our for 'walkies' with their dogs
There are some great resources on the BBC Bitesize website for maintaining and gaining academic skills. Have a look at the link below;
Maintaining your health and wellbeing during self-isolation can be tricky, there is some great information on the Mind website and Every Mind Matters pages. Please see the links below;
This easy read guide from East Sussex contains ideas,
exercises, and fun activities you can do at home! It's all about 'The 5 ways to wellbeing':
Please check out this link for some cook-along videos from United Response that some of you might like to have a go at.
Don’t forget to let us know how you get on with the recipes.
Have you been for a walk and taken photos of the nature around you?
Have you made an amazing cake and want to show us a picture?
Or like some, have you turned your hand to much needed DIY?
We’d love to hear from you, please let us know what you’ve been up to by commenting on our Facebook page.
HEART is a voluntary group from whom you can gain extra support
should you need it, please take a look at their link below;
We are committed to staying in touch with everyone. Our dedicated staff will maintain regular phone contact with all our service users.