Director of Wellbeing, Strategy & Collaboration, Michael Fullerton advises on how to look after ourselves and support others at this busy and less structured time of year
Director of Wellbeing, Strategy & Collaboration, Michael Fullerton reflects on the impact of kindness in the world
We believe that people must be empowered in their strengths and talents. Listen to members of Campaign 4 Change, Unity and Achieve together discussing theirs
On Tuesday 10 October, we celebrate World Mental Health Day, by focusing on and talking about the importance of good mental health, and supporting each other to drive positive change with mental health support and services.
This month’s podcast is all about daily living skills – love them or hate them – and why they are so important
Director of Wellbeing, Strategy and Collaboration, Michael Fullerton’s blog about ‘Creating Hope Through Action’, this year’s theme for World Suicide Prevention Day
What it means to have a good life for people with learning disabilities and autism
Director of Wellbeing, Strategy & Collaboration, Michael Fullerton blogs about how we all need the same basic elements for a good life
People with learning disabilities and autism being part of the community
Director of Wellbeing, Strategy & Collaboration, Michael Fullerton writes about how being part of our community is good for our wellbeing
Mental wellbeing of people with learning disabilities and autism
Michael Fullerton, our Director of Health & Wellbeing writes about this important subject this month
The prevalence of epilepsy in people with intellectual (learning) disabilities is reported to be at least 20 times greater than within the general population, with approximately 22.5% of people with an intellectual disability presenting with an epilepsy diagnosis.
Supporting hobbies & interests of people with learning disabilities and autism
With HRT due to be available to women through a single prescription prepayment certificate from 1 April, Helen Ritson shares her experiences of the menopause and its links to low mood and anxiety
Sexuality support for people with learning disabilities and autism
Mark Winter, one of our Mental Health Champions, shares his experience of learning about mental health first aid and how he helps others as a result of his training
Supporting people with learning disabilities and autism to achieve goals and dreams
Supporting family relationships and friendships for people with learning disabilities and autism
Physical wellbeing for people with learning disabilities and autism
In this month’s mental health blog, Shirley explores the very important subject of bullying; from its potentially lifelong repercussions to what makes a bully, a bully.
Personal identity of people with learning disabilities and autism
World Mental Health Day takes place on 10th October. Read how one of our Mental Health Champions got through a difficult time, and why she’s so passionate about advocating for mental health…
Employment & education for people with learning disabilities and autism
It’s World Suicide Prevention Day 2022 on 10th September. Shirley discusses the topic of suicide and gives links to more information and support…
This month Shirley raises awareness of Self-Harm and Self-Injurious behaviours – what they are, and where to find support…
This month, Shirley talks about schizophrenia and National Schizophrenia Awareness Day
Men and mental health: let’s reach out to the men in our life, check in and support them.
About loneliness and what we can do to help ourselves and others.