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Resources Newsletter - June 2020
Over the coming weeks, schools and colleges are starting to welcome increasing numbers of pupils back to their settings. Managing the transition back to school addresses some of what the research tells us about the challenges faced by children and young people during the coronavirus crisis, and looks towards preparation and support to be implemented now and once children and young people return to school. 
Become a Mental Health First Aider - for Children and Young People

Interested?
FInd out about the ROLE OF THE  MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AIDER by clicking
HERE

VIRTUAL Youth Introductory Course 
Just click on the links to register.
 
Tuesday 21st & Wednesday 22nd July

4 hours' duration - split over 2 consecutive afternoons.
Offered at a subsidised rate of £70, including materials.

Face-to-face events, with social distancing: Request a place by e-mailing - hello@Ed4Health.co.uk, or click the links, above.

Full 2 day courses face-to-face courses, offered at a subsidised rate,
reducing the standard cost by £50, to £250 including materials
.

Case Study:
Business protecting mental health of employees during COVID-19

How one firm has had to act quickly and responsibly to ensure it is following the government’s guidance on how businesses and employers can help to limit the spread of the virus. 

Click HERE

Become a Mental Health First Aider - for Adults
Interested?
FInd out about the ROLE OF THE  MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AIDER by clicking
HERE
 
NEW VIRTUAL Adult Introductory Course

Just click on the links to register.
Thursday 25th and Friday 26th June
Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd July
Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th July


4 hours' duration - split over 2 consecutive afternoons.
Offered at a subsidised rate of £70, including materials.


Become a Mental Health First Aider - for Adults
by NEW Virtual or Face-to-Face (F2F) Courses (with social distancing)

Two Day Full Certification Courses
Just click on the links to register
 

 
Wed 7 th & Thurs 8th October F2F BASINGSTOKE
Thurs 22nd and Fri 23rd October - Virtual
  Mon 2nd & Tue 3rd November- Virtual
Tue 10th & Wed 11th November F2F READING
Wed 25th & Thurs 26th November- Virtual
Thurs 10th & Fri 11th December F2F GUILDFORD
 

Two full days' duration over consecutive days.
Offered at a subsidised rather of £250, including materials.
 
Or to request a place, e-mail - hello@Ed4Health.co.uk
 


Today, millions of people will go into work on the frontline against COVID-19

Mind, Shout, Samaritans, Hospice UK and The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have come together to launch Our Frontline. which offers round-the-clock, one-to-one support, by call or text from trained volunteers, including from your MHFA Instructor, Jane Nathan.

Helpful resources

Public Health England - Guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus (COVID-19) 
Government advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

City Mental Health Alliance - Supporting colleagues
Resources to help organisations support their colleagues, including how to manage remote teams in challenging times.

Every Mind Matters - Coronavirus and wellbeing
Includes ten tips to help if you are worried about coronavirus, and advice on maintaining your wellbeing while staying at home.

Mental Health At Work - Coronavirus and isolation: supporting yourself and your colleagues 
Mental Health At Work has grouped together resources to support one another’s mental health through the outbreak and through working remotely. 

Mental Health Foundation - Looking after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak
Some tips to help you, your friends and your family to look after your mental health, including how to avoid rumour and speculation which can fuel anxiety.

Mind - Coronavirus and your wellbeing 
Information including practical advice for staying at home, taking care of your mental wellbeing, and finding support for benefits or housing.

Rethink Mental Illness - Covid-19 and mental illness
Online hub of practical support and information for people living with, or supporting people with mental illness.

Samaritans - If you're worried about your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak
Support and guidance for anyone worried about their mental health. 

Student Minds - Coronavirus resources
Guidance for the university community on looking after your mental health, including ways you can support friends and family, guidance for those experiencing xenophobia and racism, and for those with ongoing mental health difficulties.

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Questions?

Happy to help.

Hello@Ed4Health.co.uk

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