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Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 22

Day 22: Introducing the Calm app Open the Calm app and you’ll immediately be greeted with the gentle sound of the outdoors. It varies from person to person, but we loved this touch and found it helps on the path to relaxation. As well as guided … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 22

Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 19

Day 19: Introducing the Tapping Solution What is Tapping? Tapping is also known as EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique). It is a powerful holistic healing technique that resolves a range of issues. The basic Tapping technique requires you to … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 19

Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 17

Day 17: Suffolk Socials A message from Wellbeing Suffolk: Every month we organise socials across Suffolk to give people the opportunity to expand their social network and catch up with those they’ve met through Wellbeing. This is all about … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 17

Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 9

Day 9: Enjoy music today. Play, sing, dance or listen. How does music improve your mental health? It has been generally accepted that both listening to and creating music can have various positive effects on mood and mental health. Music in … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 9

Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 3

Day 3: Get outside in nature Nature offers endless opportunities to learn, explore, enjoy, relax and be present. It draws attention to the here and now and can help to reduce stress and worry. To take advantage of the dry weather, why not … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 3

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