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This collaborative project will look to support women working within lap-dancing bars as women involved in the sex industry are in need of considerable support. This outreach work aims to empower women and support them to access services such as health, welfare, employability and criminal justice services, thereby improving their health and social care outcomes.
This project offers a safe environment for adults with learning disabilities and mental health conditions can be enabled to better understand, manage and maintain their own wellbeing. The aim will be for each individual to identify what they are like when they are well, and when they are unwell, promoting an individual definition of recovery.
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a self-management tool used to help individuals take more control over their own wellbeing. This project is designed to enable children to design a personalised WRAP looking at how to manage day to day life. 14 pupils from a school in North Ayrshire will be given the opportunity to take part in workshops.
‘’This year for Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re focussing on stress. Research has shown that 16 million people experience a mental health problem each year, and stress is a key factor in this. By tackling stress, we can go a long way to tackle mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, and, in some instances, self-harm and suicide. We will look at how we can tackle stress and help improve our mental health. ‘’ https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week Caring for our mental and emotional wellbeing is something we should consider every day. Events like Mental Health awareness week remind us to do this, and…
This project will develop and test the role of a Peer support worker in the delivery of community mental health services. The Peer worker will support those most excluded; people with severe and enduring mental health problems to engage in physical activity, for example by leading walks.
As a first year mental health nursing student I had very little knowledge about the role of a community mental health nurse or the challenges that lay ahead, I would like to start my blog by offering three pieces of advice for students about to venture out on their first community placement: Avoid wearing thin trousers or tights, house cats seem to instinctively identify fabric that ladders with ease. Budgies, although adorable, are prone to bouts of verbal abuse; try not to take it personally. Be flexible- you never know what people have planned for their day, during my community…
The collaborative project seeks to establish an innovative whole-school approach to enable social, emotional and psychological wellbeing throughout the school in order to promote positive behaviours, engagement in education and optimise attainment.