Design and Learning Centre for Clinical and Social Innovation

Health & Wellbeing Posters, Conversation Tool & Training

Support Posters for Managers, Nurses & Careworkers

  • We have produced three interactive posters to highlight support available to managers, nurses and care workers to support their wellbeing. Links include finance support, counselling, advice line, bereavement support and more. Please share with colleagues.

Managers H&W Poster 

Nurse H&W Poster

Care Worker H&W Poster

  • This Kings Fund Poster to Support Health & Wellbeing of workers. Staff may experience a wide range of normal feelings and anxieties during the early stages of dealing with Covid-19. The aim of planned responses to active ongoing stress is to foster resilience, reduce burnout and reduce the risk of post-traumatic stress disorder. Designed for hospital workers but very relevant for the care sector.
  • It's good to talk! Use this conversation starter tool to help break the ice and talk to people about their mental health issues.

The past year has been challenging for everyone. For some of us, this has impacted our mental and physical health significantly. You may have experienced increased stress and overwhelm or even burnout and trauma. It can be so powerful to be in a group so that you know you are not alone in how you feel. Here are two opportunities to support your mental health & wellbeing.

  • Resilience in a time of Covid: WEBINAR (50 minutes) We are pleased to announce resilience webinars and with Om Phoenix. Om Phoenix is a training consultancy, specialising in mindset and well-being for business professionals.  The sessions are open to everyone and provide an opportunity to build resilience, learn about tools and techniques for managing stress, how to overcome challenges etc. Details and booking link for June webinar is here and more dates will also be announced soon.
  • Decompress and Let Go -These small group sessions by Om Phoenix provide a safe and supportive space for individuals to release stressful feelings and to heal from the past year. Highly relaxing and therapeutic, this group space is suitable for anyone wanting to let go of stress and painful emotions, and to learn techniques for calming the body and mind. Each session will include:

    • Breathing techniques to reduce stress and calm the nervous system
    • Energetic healing for the body and mind (personalised to each group)
    • Guided meditation to induce deep release and relaxation

    Join us for as many of these sessions as you need so that you can return to calm and clarity, by releasing fatigue and stress. All sessions are completely confidential. Details and booking Link here

Kent Adult Education - KEA would like to offer you the exciting limited time special offer to complete a distance learning, accredited course for FREE over the next few months. The course listed below would normally have a fee in excess of £400, but KAE are offering you the opportunity to complete one and gain a certificate for FREE if you enrol before Friday 11th June  See the full list of courses and contact to apply here

  • Improving Personal Exercise, Health and Nutrition

Skills for Care - Wellbeing at work relates to every aspect of working life, from the physical environment and its quality and safety, to how the workforce feels about themselves, the work they are doing, the place they work and their organisation’s culture. We know that stress and burn-out are real issues for adult social care staff and with the added challenges and restrictions of the pandemic, workforce wellbeing has never been so important. 

This Workforce wellbeing resource finder is an easy to use tool to help our social care workforce quickly find trusted resources to support their own or others wellbeing. This tool will be regularly updated over time following user feedback.

 

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