The global pandemic has impacted individuals, groups and communities around the world and as we recover, it is important that we all feel safe and comfortable in returning to cultural activities.
We have a specially curated programme of activities and events which supports CEV (clinically extremely vulnerable) people transitioning out of shielding (e.g. physical health, mental health, anxiety, loneliness, debt advice, bereavement, digital access) within Liverpool.
The programme aims are to:
- Support the physical and emotional well-being of people previously advised to shield and where possible to support greater independence
- Complement and enhance the City Council’s Recovery Pledges, specifically – ‘Next Generation Neighbourhood’ to create safe, sustainable and inspiring neighbourhoods in greater community involvement
- Support the Neighbourhood Delivery Model, a priority of which is to empower local people
- Reduce social isolation and loneliness both of which can have a negative impact on mental health including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and increased stress
- Engage people in cultural and physical activities both of which promote improved well-being.
The link below takes you to events which have been designed to support these targeted groups: https://www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/community-events/
Event Date: Tuesday 1st February – Saturday 31st December 2022
LOCATION: Digital - Online Event