Let's Talk Loneliness Let's Talk Loneliness

It’s ok to feel lonely, particularly at a time like this. Don’t suffer in silence, we can all help each other stay connected.


As coronavirus social distancing restrictions ease, many people will still feel lonely and isolated. So it will be more important than ever to take action if you or someone you know is feeling lonely. Discover tips for what you can do and where you can go for support. Follow these simple actions to help tackle loneliness:

  • Keep in touch with those around you
    Some people will be keen to get together in person, but others might be more cautious.
  • Join a Group
    Being part of a shared interest group is a great way to make connections
  • Get in touch
    Organisations can offer support – find the right one for you
  • Help out through volunteering
    Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and connect


Loneliness Minister: It’s more important than ever to take action

Read the latest advice on social distancing and how to help safely guidance during the coronavirus pandemic if you’re supporting people that are experiencing loneliness.

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