Resources for self-management of Long Covid

  • Health information on a variety of topics (including long covid) in different languages & formats for patients– including BSL, Easy Read and Translations
    Translations (

“Brain Fog” (difficulties with memory, concentration, problem solving and finding your words)

          Practical advice for people who have been treated in hospital’
          ‘Practical advice for people who have recovered at home’
          'Practical advice for people during and after having COVID-19'

  • Set of leaflets for helping with the self-management of mental health covering;  anxiety, sleep, low mood
  • Self-help resources for a variety of mental health issues, including information, worksheets and videos: This website also includes information on employment worries and exercise.  ​​​​​​​  This website includes information on wellbeing for different faith communities, with resources available in a variety of languages 

  • Thrive LDN, a citywide movement to improve mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners provide helpful This is a citywide movement to improve MH and wellbeing for all Londoners and reduce inequalities. It is involved in projects focused on these aims. It has information, training and webinars related to wellbeing for a variety of communities (including LGBTQ+, racialised communities, young Londoners, older Londoners, people with ongoing mental health difficulties).

  • Information for both patients and clinicians. It is mainly leaflets that are offered but there is podcast on covid vs non-Covid POTS
    Home - PoTS UK
  • Information on loss of smell and taste. There is mainly written information, but they also have regular webinars you can watch on their YouTube channel
    Covid-19 and Anosmia (

  • Guidance for individuals requiring support in work for a disability or health condition (Access to Work)

Accessibility tools

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