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Loneliness and isolation: Coping strategies for working or studying alone - Shared screen with speaker view
AoC Events Team
10:34
Good morning everyone! thank you for joining us today!
AoC Events Team
11:14
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AoC Events Team
12:30
We send out the slides and recording of this webinar to you all this afternoon
Cheryl Williams
54:15
Sorry to leave early... so helpful.
AoC Events Team
54:41
No problem Cheryl, thank you for joining recording will be sent later today
Roz Dean
59:40
Any tips how to engage an adult class, who may not confess to being lonely?
layla abdulrahman
01:00:11
thank you Jane very helpful
michelle goodman
01:00:53
Thank you this has been very interesting and to turn this negative into a positive is powerful
Roz Dean
01:01:17
That's great, thank you so much!
Faye Barsby
01:03:00
I wonder how those shielding have dealt with not only the loneliness but also the resentment they might experience through this whole experience - particularly as the world opens back up for many, but not for the clinically vulnerable. Even 'Lockdown 2' is far less restrictive for most people but I think it's important to remember those still 'shielding' in some way.Really enjoyed hearing an academic approach and explanation of the issue, and how to address or support with loneliness.
Elizabeth Frost
01:03:39
Also furloughed staff. They may also feel lonely not being with colleagues.
Elizabeth Frost
01:05:13
Welfare checks were invaluable for the furloughed staff.
Elizabeth Frost
01:07:02
We have mental health first aiders throughout the college
Ruth Gray
01:08:32
sorry have to leave but thank you, really helpful.
ruth bartram
01:08:45
thank you so much !!
Elizabeth Frost
01:08:49
Thank you.
Kathryn Holden
01:08:49
I will be watching this back. Thankyou very much.
AoC Events Team
01:08:51
Thank you everyone
Alyson Shields
01:08:51
Very helpful thank you
Sam Philp
01:08:51
thank you so much
Justine Nolan-Scarfe
01:08:54
Thanks you so much!
Alison Aprcovic
01:09:00
Thank you
Lisa Kelly
01:09:03
Thank you very much, very interesting!