In our latest blog, we wanted to share some of the reasons why you shouldn't over-buy medical supplies if you're not unwell.
As part of our coronavirus blog series, our volunteer guest blogger Rita Arresta provides some myths busters about the virus.
Volunteer guest blogger Rita Arresta shares what you need to know about the coronavirus in our latest blog.
Local mental health charity Dorset Mind has just announced online its plans to adapt their current range of support for people and organisations in Dorset.
You might be worried about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. This may include being asked to stay at home or avoid other people. This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing...
Great Dorset Stem Fair befriending Dorset Mind. The local mental health charity were the popular trailer ride benefactors from the 2019 event. Anna Powney, Children & Young People Services Manager and the function guests were astonished at the incredible amount raised.
Guest blogger Ella Hendrix details the first signs of loneliness in friends, from the signs and tips to reduce it.
New free service called ‘Active Monitoring’ to launch in Parkstone GP surgery from Dorset Mind and Shore Medical. A 6 week programme of support developed and tested by Mind, has been designed to help people at an early stage of their difficulties, and to guide them through a journey of self-support. It is available to patients over 16 registered with Shore Medical.
Dorset Mind & The Stable announce Keep Being You.
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