- If you need someone to talk to Solidarity In A Crisis is an out-of-hours phone and in-person support service open Monday to Friday 6pm - 12am and Saturday to Sunday 12.00pm - 12.00am. They are contactable by calling 0300 123 1922 or emailing: email@example.com.
- The Samaritans can be contacted 24 hours a day by calling 116 123.
- Lambeth Mental Health Crisis Support 0800 731 2864 (Option 1)
- Adults with Learning disabilities – social care - Lambeth 020 7926 5555
- Adults with Learning disabilities – social care -Wandsworth 020 8871 6000
If there is an immediate risk to a child, young person, adult or yourself, please contact the emergency services on 999.
During such a difficult and unusual time those who care for adults with learning disabilities need support more than ever. It's important to take care of yourself and stay healthy both mentally and physically.
Annie McDowall, Share's CEO talks about her 8 tips for staying resilient and staying well:
Other resources that may help:
Action for Happiness have coping calendars with daily actions to help look after ourselves and others during the global pandemic.
Thrive Inside is a special initiative from Smiling Mind to help you stay calm and healthy during the outbreak, find out more and download the app here.
Coronavirus and mental wellbeing tips and information from Every Mind Matters from the NHS, including tips for staying at home.
The NHS has some handy 10 minute workout videos here, a quick and easy way to achieve your exercise goals!
How to find help and support as a carer in the UK during coronavirus from Carers UK.
The Wandsworth Carers' Centre has useful resources.
Guidance from Public Health England on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus.
You could also try this 10 minute daily calm mindfulness meditation to reconnect and restore: