Young people and their parents and carers have described a family wellbeing course as ‘comforting and reassuring’ during difficult times.
Daily online health and wellbeing sessions are helping residents across Rhondda Cynon Taf to get active and stay connected during lockdown.
“Perfect exercise’, ‘forgot how much I enjoyed playing’ and ‘so glad I went tonight even though I didn’t feel up to it’ are just some of the comments from members of a walking football group that sum up the positive impact it has made on their health and wellbeing.
Patients who are at risk of developing diabetes are being encouraged to try out gentle exercise at a Health and Wellbeing morning being held in Pontyclun Rugby Club on Tuesday March 10
Artwork created by people experiencing anxiety, stress and loneliness in Cwm Taf Morgannwg is on permanent display at a community church.