We are delighted to announce the details of their new Wellbeing Project that is officially launching on 8th July 2020.
Wellbeing Project to support sheltered and isolated groups, people with disabilities and carers.
The Eric Liddell Centre has been committed to providing alternative service arrangements in response to vulnerable people’s needs during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Since the beginning of the lockdown, staff and volunteers have worked tirelessly to provide a wide range of service provision, which has been essential to many service users during this difficult period.
To further expand the range of support services offered and activities for carers and cared-for alike, the Wellbeing Project brings together a wide range of free, online health and wellbeing classes and activities to keep mind, body and soul active. These include music and singing groups, yoga, Tai Chi, mindfulness, dancing, and art-based activities that will be available online via Zoom. Alongside these scheduled classes, there will be shorter, online resources released each week for service users to engage with at their leisure. Additionally, there is specific IT support to assist people in getting online, and to stay connected at this time.
- Peer 2 Peer
- Singing and Music
- Indian Dance Class
- Tai Chi & Qigong
If you are interested in our new activities please contact our Music Development and Activities Coordinator Cloe - firstname.lastname@example.org.