Quite Great’s new Mental Health series aims to support those in need during today’s difficult current climate and educate on issues that are often not talked about enough.
There has been 3 episodes in the series so far, featuring Quite Great team member Chloe giving a personal perspective on her experiences with mental health and offering support to those who may be struggling more than usual due to the UK entering a second lockdown. Chloe encourages watchers to reach out to her or their loved ones if they need someone to talk to and to not feel ashamed to admit that they need help.
The second episode in the series features Quite Great team member Cameron Green speaking to disabled creatives to learn more about how the music industry can be made more inclusive for all. Gaining insight from a range of creatives, Cameron explores what life is like for those living with disabilities, backed up with eye-opening statistics about discrimination and how we can all work together to create an equal playing field within the industry.
In the final episode of the series so far, we hear from Chloe again as she gives her opinion on the existence of ‘long Covid’ and whether Covid-19 is causing a surge of long term chronic illnesses. Although there is no evidence of ‘long Covid’, Chloe shares an thought provoking argument supported by the opinions of others on the possible impact of long term symptoms of Covid-19.
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