We spoke to a number of organisations working in the sector, each running different types of wellbeing activities with people seeking asylum and refugees. We compiled their experiences into an overview of each method.
Therapeutic support delivered remotely. A good option to support people who live far away or prefer virtual or telephone based support.
Virtual learning support includes important learning and development opportunities such as ESOL classes.
Virtual social activities are a good option to increase engagement with people who live far away or are self-isolating.
Mostly held in-person, activity groups should be held in-line with Covid-19 social distancing guidance.
We spoke to several organisations and experts about how they're adapting to a new normal. Choose a story below to find out what they had to say.
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