S2R are offering a basic Mental Health Awareness training session free of charge via Zoom on Friday 27th November 2020 from 9am to 11am. This is for anyone who is a Mutual Aid Group volunteer in Kirklees.
By the end of the session you will be able to:
- Understand the difference between mental health and mental illness
- Know the main signs and symptoms of the most common mental illnesses
- Define wellbeing
- Understand the relationship between wellbeing and emotional resilience
- Be aware of sources of help and support
If you would like to book a place on this session please email email@example.com
S2R have also created 12 Wellbeing packs – these are all available for volunteers to use and share with people who may be self-isolating or who are lonely and might be struggling with depression and anxiety.
S2R are creating lots of helpful online resources to help our wellbeing, creativity and connection with the outdoors. We encourage you have a look at what’s on offer and share this post with people in your area who might find it helpful. You can also connect with S2R on social media.
‘How to’ videos
Video guides to making things at home, including bird feeders, handmade paper and wild garlic pesto, and looking after your wellbeing. You can choose from:
- Nature workshop videos
- Wellbeing workshop videos
- Craft workshop videos
- Cooking videos
- Song Writing videos
- Yoga videos
It can be difficult to connect with others, remain engaged and stay motivated during this challenging time. These Wellbeing Packs are designed around the 5 Ways to Wellbeing, which is a nationally recognised initiative that aims to keep you fit and healthy by concentrating on 5 key elements. S2R have created new packs throughout Covid-19, so it’s worth checking back for the latest pack.
50 Days Nature Challenge
Nature is good for our mental health and wellbeing. Each day s2R are sharing easy and simple activities or tasks for you to try at home, in the garden or out and about where possible.
Connect with S2R