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Coronavirus – self isolating
As a very mature student who is self-isolating, I thought I would share with you how I have been occupying my time and copying with the help that is available.
Firstly these are unprecedented times.
I take every day as it comes, one day at a time. I have access to TV, the internet, books and music, so life could be a lot worse. Indeed phoning and video calling is paramount under the circumstances.
I have had to distance myself from my immediate family, but food is dropped off outside where I live as I have started on-line shopping. I find that there is plenty of time to study as leaving the house is now restrictive, however I still go for a walk when and where it is quiet and avoiding people and adhering to the social distancing guidelines.
Below are the major websites for information and support which I refer to on a regular basis. In addition I keep up to date with the news.
Take care, keep safe and follow the guidelines.
Warwick University – Wellbeing Support Services;
MIND (mental health charity) – support;