Important information

Check the the latest updates on national restrictions on what you can and can’t do on the website.

It’s important that we all take steps to look after our mental health and wellbeing during these challenging times. Leeds City Council has the latest information for people who are clinically vulnerable to help them find help and support.

MindWell resources

MindWell has information to help you prioritise self-care and take small steps to manage stress and anxiety during these challenging times:

Downloadable resources:

Our Self-care whilst working from home page has lots of tips and useful information to help you stay well for people who are working remotely.

Healthy Ageing Research Group has worked with Leeds City Council to produce this Keeping Well at Home resource with home-based exercises and lots of wellbeing tips for older people or anyone who is taking care of their wellbeing at home.

Get Set Leeds has created a page to help people who have to stay home: How to stay physically active while self-isolating in the house has lots of links for exercises you can do at home.

National guidance

Public Health England Guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus

UK Government Guidance on shielding and protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19

Mind Coronavirus and your wellbeing

Every Mind Matters Mental wellbeing while staying at home and 10 tips to help if you are worried about coronavirus

NHS Your COVID Recovery Supporting your recovery after COVID-19

Mental Health Foundation How to take care of your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak

Public Health England COVID-19: guidance on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing

Accessible information

Public Health England Easy Read: Coronavirus – looking after your feelings and body

The UK government has produced advice and information on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-10) outbreak in a range of different languages.

Through the Maze has Easy Read information about coronavirus and things to do while you are at home on their website.

Inclusion North has an Easy Read page on their website with information about coronavirus, resources, video links and audio files to help people during the coronavirus outbreak.

Public Health England Coronavirus – guidance in BSL

Signhealth Coronavirus – government updates in BSL and Coronavirus information in BSL

National Autistic Society Coronavirus

Leeds Autism AIM Covid-19 Toolkit: Managing during lockdown

Leeds Autism Services How to cope with face mask anxiety

UK Government Coronavirus infomation in diffierent languages

For up-to-date health information and advice on the coronavirus go to or

You can also watch this short video from Public Health England and NHS England, presented by Dr Hilary Jones: