Stay active and healthy with ‘Keeping Well at Home’

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It’s really important to take care of your physical and mental health, especially during these unprecedented times. It might be difficult to know where to start from and what resources to use.

With support from Greater Manchester University’s healthy ageing research group and ageing hub, Leeds City Council’s Public Health team has worked with Active Leeds and Get Set Leeds to produced Keeping Well at Home – a new booklet which contains lots of ideas and suggestions to help you stay active and healthy at home.

If you have little or no access to online resources, or simply want to expand your list of innovative ideas on how to stay physically active indoors, the Keeping Well at Home booklet is the perfect resource.

The resource has various sections that you can use – from writing down your activity goals to tips on keeping your mind well and active, or to ideas of how to move more at home using no equipment or stuff around the house like a chair. At the end of the booklet, you will also be able to find tips on how to get nourished and a list of helpful contact numbers specifically for people in Leeds.

The Keeping Well at Home booklet is currently being printed and will be sent as a hard copy to those receiving food parcels and through the community care hubs.

You can check and download the digital version of the booklet here: https://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Keeping%20Well%20at%20Home.pdf.

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