Hoping this find you all well, hard to believe we are fast approaching December. As well as a time of joy and celebration, Christmas and New Year can be a difficult time of year. This year, we also face new challenges, unknowns and stresses over the festive period from coronavirus. We’ve been working with our partner agency Health in Mind to produce a booklet on the Scottish concept of ‘coorie’ as a way to help us look after our mental health and wellbeing this winter.
Coorie is all about comfort, snuggling, looking after yourself and others. It’s about embracing the benefits of the outdoors and being surrounded by nature. The booklet will focus on the things we can all do to look after our mental health and wellbeing in our homes, whilst also encouraging us to get outside and embrace the benefits of nature. It will also include information on a range of support and helpful contacts.
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