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Discharge from Hospital

There are plenty of services and activities that can help you after you return home from hospital, please click on the sections below for more information.

Physical Wellbeing

Staying active after being discharged from hospital can be difficult, especially during lockdown. However, keeping active doesn't have to mean strenuous exercise, just having a walk around the house or a light cleaning spree can even be enough. 

Exercise isn't just good for the body, but also for the mind as it can help reduce stress and improve your overall mood. 

Adults

Older People

If you're able to, it's important to keep moving while at home.

Useful resources

Exercises tailored to your ability

To see other ways you can stay healthy during lockdown, click here.

Mental Wellbeing

We understand it can be difficult staying positive after being discharged from hospital, especially during the pandemic, so here are a few things that can help:

If you or a member of your family have any mental health worries please look at our mental health support page for information on local services.

Also, for ease of reference, a Nottingham and Nottinghamshire booklet has been produced to help you find out what services are available locally, please see below, one has been designed to be viewed online and one is best for printing out.

Adults

Children and Young People

  • Talking to your children about their worries can be difficult, especially if they don't want to open up, however, letting them know you're there for them and how it's normal to feel anxious about things will create a better and safer environment for them. 
  • There are many support channels for young people that work with the council such as CAMHS and MHST which provide resources to help yourself and a referral form to talk to a professional.
  • Every Mind Matters are an NHS run service that provide support for children and young people struggling with mental health get the help they need. 

Independent at Home

Please find below some links that will connect you with services to help you to remain independent at home:

Other Useful Pages of Support

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