Your Health – Campaigns
Online platform launched to support communities after a sudden death
A new online platform has been launched to help support communities following a sudden death that is a suspected suicide.
Comkit is supported by the Public Health Agency (PHA) and has been developed with Urban Scale Interventions (USI) in partnership with Families’ Voices Forum as well as community and voluntary groups who are members of local Protect Life Implementation Groups (PLIGS) from five health and social care trusts.
It can be accessed at www.comkit.info
Small Moves, Big Changes’
The campaign encourages everyone to incorporate some form of physical activity into their daily routine to enhance their mental wellbeing. Featured through this campaign are the stories of those people who have adopted different forms of physical activity to support and improve their own mental wellbeing. The have made 5 excellent videos which they are hosted on the COVIDWellbeing NI hub.
To find out more about our Small Moves, Big Changes campaign visit www.covidwellbeingni.info
Holding onto Hope in a Changing World
This is a five week HSC mental and emotional wellbeing social media campaign has been launched using the theme ‘Holding On To Hope in a Changing World’ running until World Mental Health Day 10 October. An online Interactive Campaign Pack has been created, filled with resources and information, with links to organisations and services that can offer support. One of the key elements of the campaign is the Hope Quiz. This is a short multiple choice quiz that will determine your current levels of hope. The interactive quiz will direct people to resources, tips and advice that will help improve a sense of hopefulness and promote better mental and emotional wellbeing. The Interactive Campaign Pack and to take the Hope Quiz is hosted on www.mindingyourhead.info
Please see press release for information and a poster for promotion of this campaign is attached for onward sharing HERE
RoSPA Older People’s Safety in the Home
This course will provide an overview of home accidents and an insight into injury prevention in critical areas.
- It is aimed at those who play a role in the prevention of accidents in the home for older people:-
People caring for older people in the home.
- Volunteers supporting older people, health professionals from community and voluntary sector and statutory organisations
Morning session: 9.30am – 12 noon
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The Promoting Wellbeing Division can provide access to a range of health promotion posters and leaflets.
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