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Welsh Government NewsWelsh Government’s top tips for keeping well this winter

• Make sure you keep moving as much as possible and try to eat well.
• Keep yourself and your home nice and warm. Stay wrapped up!
• Get your COVID-19 vaccination booster and Flu vaccination when these are offered to you.
• Think about your mental health, and try to find time to do things you enjoy.
• Make sure you’re claiming all of the financial support you’re entitled to – it can make a big difference.
• Don’t be afraid to ask for a bit of help if you need it – we all need a hand with something once in a while. There are lots of organisations all over Wales that can help you in lots of different ways
this winter.

Below you’ll find contact information for organisations that can provide you with help
if you need it, or put you in touch with services and support available in your area.

Age Cymru Advice Line
0300 303 4498

Age Connects Wales
029 2068 3600

Alzheimer’s Society
0333 150 3456

BAME Helpline
0300 222 5720

British Red Cross
0808 196 3651

CALL Mental Health Helpline
0800 132 737

CALL Dementia Helpline
0808 808 2235

Care and Repair Cymru
0300 111 3333

Carers Trust
0300 772 9702

Carers Wales
0808 808 7777

Cruse Bereavement Care
0808 808 1677

Hourglass Cymru
(formerly Action on Elder Abuse)
0808 808 8141

Older People’s Commissioner for Wales
03442 640 670

RNIB Cymru Helpline
0303 123 9999

Stroke Association
0303 3033 100

Versus Arthritis
0800 5200 520

Why not keep these numbers somewhere handy – on the fridge or by the phone –
just in case you need them this winter?

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