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Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

Mental health Awareness WeekMental Health Awareness Week 2018 runs from 14th to 20th May this year, and this year‘s theme is – and did you know that work is one of the largest cause of stress in our lives! During the week, we’ll be attending activities and events to raise awareness about mental health challenges – and what you can do yourself to help your recovery. We’ll also be promoting our services, support groups and help available locally. Not only this, our new Training Manager, Alexis, is delivering FREE workshops for companies across Dorset.  The aim is to start the conversation about mental health in the workplace.  We want to make it as common to talk about as physical health.

Mental Health Awareness Week events…

Here’s a list of all our activities and events we’re attending:

Monday 14th May Our awareness event at Bournemouth Railway Station has unfortunately been postponed until June 25th. 12:00-17:00 At Conduent digital platforms #starttheconversation at 3 staff awareness sessions 10:00-13:00 At West Howe Library talking about #5waystowellbeing Tuesday 15th May 10:00-16:30 Bucket-collecting at John Lewis, Branksome. 10:00-16:30 #istressless young people’s workshop at Eco-Hub, Dolphin Centre, Poole. Wednesday 16th May 09:00-16:00 Self-Harm Conference at Bournemouth University (Executive Business Centre). 09:30-16:30 Dorset Healthcare Wellbeing Event at Poole Lighthouse 10:00-12:00 Dorchester Volunteer Fair, Dorchester Library. 14:00-16:00 Insure4retirement #starttheconversation at 3 staff awareness sessions Thursday 17th May 10:00-16:00 Bucket-collecting at Haskins Garden Centre, Ferndown. 10:00-13:00 Magnox in Winfrith #starttheconversation staff event Friday 18th May 09:30-12:30 Britannia Parking #starttheconversation 2 staff events 14:00-16:00 Capita #starttheconversation 4 staff awareness sessions Saturday 19th May 10:00-16:00 Bucket-collecting at Haskins Garden Centre, Ferndown. Sunday 20th May 11:00-16:00 Sky Diving at GoSkydive, Salisbury.  ]]>

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