Monday, 25 March 2019
A-Z of survival tips for UK FND Awareness Day 2019
Acceptance of what you can and can't do
Essential information, such your care plan
Glasses, especially if you're photosensitive
Headphones, especially helpful as a distraction or to reduce noise overload
Jotting down notes, especially important things
Knowing when to ask for help
Looking after yourself, your physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs
No, knowing when to say no
Time out to look after yourself
Useful contacts, especially for emergencies
Vent, speak with a friend/family member or professional
X - eXpressing yourself, you needs and your care wishes
Yes, knowing when to say yes
Zzz's, getting plenty of sleep
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