The information offered in the two sections addressing working at home covers guides to wellbeing at home, as well as blended learning guidance. There are clear, strong links between mental health and wellbeing, and the ongoing situation of working and living at home within guidelines - particularly where work-life balance is impacted by caring and responsibilities at home calling on more of our attention, often at the same time as work tasks.
The Mental Health Foundation offers a guide on working from home, including how to utilise the help and support of available networks.
TED Talks: How to get into a work from home mindset is a playlist of talks on topics such as achieving work-life balance.
Education Support offers dedicated mental health support to education staff in UK schools, colleges and universities. They also have a free counselling hotline.
The Scottish Government Healthier Scotland website offers a range of practical tools and tips around mental wellbeing, aimed at those working at home.
MIND, as part of the 'Taking Care of You' campaign has produced a Going Home Checklist, which aims to help separate working and personal space and time.