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Staying safe and well

You might be feeling worried, scared, sad or even a bit angry at the thought of having to stay at home and not see loved ones. We’ve outlined some tips to help stay safe and well over the coming weeks.

Looking after yourself and others as lockdown lifts

We've put together a handy sheet with top tips and helpful contact details for those that might be worried as lockdown is lifted. You can print it off for someone you think might find it useful.

Coping with lockdown easing

Many of us will be pleased to see lockdown restrictions starting to be lifted, but it also may make us feel anxious. There are things that might help.

Stay connected

The internet and digital technology are great for staying in touch with family and friends. Learn more here.

Staying safe

Making sure you're safe at home is a priority. From spotting scams to help with domestic abuse, we have information to help.

Your wellbeing

We're all facing big changes to our normal activities and routines. Looking after our mental and physical health is going to be very important.

Keeping busy at home

Try our ideas for keeping yourself occupied – from knitting and gardening to poetry and puzzles.

No one should be left behind

As lockdown lifts, you can help us make sure vulnerable older people aren't forgotten. Donate today to help Age UK open doors for our older generation.

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