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‘I can’t see any way out’: the mental health impact of the cladding crisis

‘I can’t see any way out’: the mental health impact of the cladding crisis

Flat owners are suffering from severe stress, anxiety and depression as the building safety crisis threatens their finances, new Which? research reveals.

‘I’m a shadow of my former self’: Covid-19’s money and mental health crisis

‘I’m a shadow of my former self’: Covid-19’s money and mental health crisis

The pandemic has had a dual impact on peoples’ finances and wellbeing, plunging many into a downward spiral. Which? explains the help that is out there.

Coronavirus has left many older people too afraid to leave the house

Coronavirus has left many older people too afraid to leave the house

The pandemic has been especially tough for older people finds Age UK report

How older people can combat loneliness during coronavirus

How older people can combat loneliness during coronavirus

Social distancing measures can leave older people feeling lonely. Here’s how to avoid feeling isolated during the coronavirus crisis.

Best apps to manage money and mental health during coronavirus lockdown

Best apps to manage money and mental health during coronavirus lockdown

Managing money during the coronavirus pandemic is difficult. For people with mental health conditions, it could be even harder. Which? looks at a selection of apps from Toucan to SilverCloud that could help you or your loved ones manage money through the crisis.

Why older people feel lonely – and what can be done to help

Why older people feel lonely – and what can be done to help

New Which? research identifies that loneliness is a real problem among over-65s. We explore causes, why it's a problem, and how we can alleviate these feelings.

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