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Restore your mental health during the covid-19 pandemic

Aastha Community Services

Individuals with disabilities experience mental difficulties 5 times as frequently as those without any disabilities. The pandemic has brought in new challenges in the form of isolation, disconnect, and lack of proper healthcare services, which further affects their mental health drastically. 


Along with dedicated helplines for COVID 19 and adjustments for the surge in healthcare needs, NDIS is educating the family members, carers, and NDIS disability support providers in Perth, WA regarding the importance of the psychological well-being of disabled individuals. Being at the forefront of providing NDIS mental health support services in Joondalup, Mirrabooka, Cottesloe, Fremantle, Victoria Park, Canning vale, Maddington, and all-around WA , Aastha puts forward a few suggestions that could help in having a well-balanced mental state.  The most important part is for the individuals to stay connected with their family, friends, and support workers. If not possible face to face, they should maintain this connection via phone, social media, video call, or even email.  The individuals must stick to their routine and follow their physical and mental exercises, eat healthy foods, allocate specific hours for work and break and also have plenty of sleep. 


It is important to follow only credible news sources about the pandemic. Following a trusted source of information will help them to stay calm and be in control of their mental state.  Since the pandemic restricts outdoor activities, it is better to find new hobbies to keep the individuals busy. This could include indoor games, household chores, or even watching a new movie or tv series.  The family and the carers should seek professional help if required including the services of a Psycho-social recovery coach  This could help the individuals with building self-confidence and prevent any further mental wellbeing issues.  Being one of the leading NDIS Disability Support Providers, Aastha could help with the right guidance and availing professional support including NDIS Psycho-Social Support in Perth,  Joondalup, Mirrabooka, Cottesloe, Fremantle, Victoria Park, Canning vale, Maddington and Western Australia.