Older Adults

 

 

Keeping Well at Home Keeping Well at Home This booklet has lots of ideas and suggestions to help us keep well. It is written for those with less or no access to online resources and includes a list of helpful contact numbers at the back. Ask a friend, family member or volunteer to help find and print additional resources if possible.https://active.leeds.gov.uk/healthyathome/Documents/Keeping%20Well%20at%20Home%2008062020-DOWNLOAD.pdf, Keeping Well at Hometwo blockLink promo turquoise double
Active Leeds YouTubeActive Leeds YouTubePlease find our virtual sessions on the Active Leeds YouTube. A great option to get active at home, with guided support from our coaches from Health Programmes at Active Leeds.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe48NjP0fjIr-74GM_Qj9eg, Active Leeds YouTubetwo blockLink promo green double
Make Movement Your Mission (Later Life)Make Movement Your Mission (Later Life)A series of Daily live videos from 23rd March to 20th April; available 3 time’s daily to encourage everyone to move throughout the day for muscles, mind and wellbeing.https://www.facebook.com/groups/138533120904126, Make Movement Your Mission (Later Life)two blockLink promo purple double
Long Term Health ConditionsLong Term Health ConditionsSupporting those with long term health conditions to be more active during this time’https://active.leeds.gov.uk/healthy-at-home/be-active/older-adults/long-term-health-conditions, Long Term Health Conditionstwo blockLink promo blue double
Age UKAge UKAge UK have compiled information on coronavirus, including updates on how you can look after yourself and loved ones.https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-advice/coronavirus/, Age UKtwo blockLink promo orange double