Coronavirus: looking after your health and well-being
You might be worried about coronavirus and how it’s affecting your life, but there are lots of ways you can still access help and support from No Limits. Our Youth Workers have written some top tips for how you can look after your health and well-being and have come up with a list of useful websites and online resources. To find out more, click here.
young carers, through one to one and group support
children and young people have attended one of our therapeutic courses
children and young people have attended one of our groups
17-year-old Tara (not her real name) is caring for her mum who has depression while also being primary carer for her younger brother who has hyper-sensory issues and ADHD. Often Tara takes on the primary caring role for her other younger siblings as well as managing the household. She was experiencing severe anxiety and low moods which were leading to self-harm and becoming a barrier to engaging at college and with friends.
No Limits worked with Tara, her mum and her college, to put in a full package of practical and emotional support. She is receiving support for historical trauma, is attending counselling, has joined a No Limits respite group and a therapeutic group for anxiety. She has managed to stay at college and is happier at home.