Follow these Simple Actions to Help with Loneliness
This week is National Loneliness Week and to help people to cope with loneliness during this post pandemic period we have compiled some useful tips.
Keep in Touch: If you can, meet up with friends and colleagues, have a chat or go for a walk. Some people will be keen to meet up, but some might not, for those that want to keep to themselves have a chat over text, through social media or even a video call.
Join A Group: Find people who have similar interests, as mentioned above our apprentices and employers can get together with other apprentices and employers on our Facebook Forum. To find out how have a chat with your educator for an invite.
Give us a call: Our 20 plus years of working with apprentices and salons have helped us to develop an outstanding support network for all our learners with a team of fully qualified safeguarding officers and staff who are always available for a chat.
Speak to a support service: We have a great list of useful support charities and businesses who can help with almost any problem you might have including Lets Talk Loneliness a website that brings together organisations, resources and inspirational stories that are united in a shared aim, to get more people talking about loneliness.