Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Survey ends: 16 April 2020

We’re all going through a difficult time at the moment but when you live with a chronic condition, the coronavirus pandemic is especially terrifying.

The prospect of spending weeks if not months indoors is enough to drive anyone up the wall, but it’s absolutely crucial that everyone complies with official health guidelines.

With that in mind, we want to make sure that you’re getting all the support you need to get through this crisis.

Whether you’re self-isolating, social distancing or battling symptoms, talkhealth will have all the practical information that you need to stay safe and healthy.

To make sure that we can be of most use to you, we’ve set up a survey to ascertain what kinds of topics you’d like to know more about over the period. It doesn’t have to be specifically coronavirus-related - there’s enough of that out there already.

You might want to receive updates about the best films to watch on iPlayer, which courses you can embark on remotely or how to maintain a healthy weight when you can’t leave the house. We’re not about scare mongering; now’s the time to come together to make the best of a bad situation.

We’re all in this for the long haul and helping you to maintain a decent quality of life is vitally important to us.

Please fill out the survey to help us help you.

The survey will close on 16 April 2020. After this date, all participants who have completed the survey in full will be entered into a prize draw. 10 winners will be chosen at random to win a hand sanitiser.

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