Last Updated on 10th December 2021

All across the UK, people are taking up new indoor hobbies such as baking, knitting and even learning a new language.

Learning a language improves our brainpower, memory and makes our minds sharper. It’s a perfect way to keep your brain engaged and healthy during the lockdown.

It’s also a powerful way to connect with young people in our care, by spending time using tech together to learn.

Check out our video below to find out how – there’s no time like the present.

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