Mental Health Week

This Mental Health Week the theme is Nature. Although many of us work outside everyday, it is important to spend some time in some green space with more peace and quiet than being on site.   It is important to take a break from our working day, especially we have been working throughout the pandemic. Spending time outside […]

Dealing with Stress

74% of UK adults say that they have felt so stressed at some point over the last year that they felt overwhelmed. Stress is something we all deal with, however it’s important to find healthy ways of dealing with stress. This stress awareness month we want to ensure everyone knows how to manage their stress […]

Looking after our finances  

Finances are often the biggest source of stress for many of us. Managing our money better can help relieve a lot of our anxieties.   Being in lockdown gives us a chance to review our finances and see where we can cut back.   Working out your budget  Working out your budget may seem dull; however, it will make your life much […]

Recognising Neurodiversity

(ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia) Overview One in 7 of us are Neurodiverse. This means they may have conditions such as ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism or Dyspraxia. These conditions occur from natural differences in the way peoples’ brains process information, learn and behave. This can present challenges to people with Neurodiverse conditions, but there are also […]

Quitting Smoking & Vaping

More than one million people have given up smoking since the pandemic has hit. This is the highest number in a decade! The increasing evidence that smokers suffer more severe symptoms of COVID-19, it has encouraged many people to quit. Now is a great time to quit or motivate and help a friend or family […]

Boosting your wellbeing

We all have mental health, looking after our mental health is just as important as looking after our physical health. There are many small lifestyle changes we can make that boost our wellbeing. Tips for improving wellbeing Connect with others. Being at work allows us to see others (at a distance of course!) but, also […]

Children’s Mental Health Week

Its Children’s mental health week. Lockdown has meant that a lot of kids have missed out on lots of things. From the big life events like leaving school, to the little things like seeing their friends every day. This may well have affected their mood. It can be an overwhelming time for young people. This […]