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Here For Each Other Happy Café - Session 8

As part of our efforts to bring staff from across the system together to share and celebrate wellbeing, Here For Each Other is launching a series of online Happy Café meetings. Chaired by Gerry Clarke from the World Happiness Project, these informal sessions will invite staff working in health and care across Dorset as well as the local councils twice a month to share their happiness and wellbeing experiences in a fun, informative and inspirational way.

Brain Fog in Perimenopause and Menopause

One of the most troubling symptoms of menopause is brain fog when you struggle to remember a word mid-sentence, forget names, find it hard to focus or put your thoughts into words. It’s particularly difficult at work and partly to blame for up to a quarter of women considering leaving their job. It can be so dramatic that many women are fearful they have dementia.

Desk Stretches with Vicky

Quick exercises to help you check in with your posture at work

Making sense of your autism diagnosis

Getting an autism diagnosis as a young adult can be a moment of enormous significance. On the one hand, it can feel like finally getting answers to questions about yourself or feelings of difference from others. But an autism diagnosis can also raise many more questions that need answering.
Mental health

It all made sense when we found out we were autistic

About 700,000 people in the UK are on the autistic spectrum, according to the National Autistic Society, with five times as many men diagnosed as women. Autism is under-diagnosed in women.
Women's Health

Dorset Adult Aspergers Service (DAAS)

The DAAS Group offers support and information for adults with Autism including Asperger’s Syndrome and their carers, families, friends and supporters in the Dorset area as well as working to raise awareness and increase understanding of Autism and Asperger’s. We are a community organisation run by volunteers. Around 70% of our committee is on the autistic spectrum.
Mental health

What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is the diversity of human brains and minds, the infinite variation in neurocognitive functioning within our species. The Neurodiversity Paradigm is an emergent paradigm in which neurodiversity is understood to be a form of human diversity that is subject to the same social dynamics as other forms of diversity (including dynamics of power and oppression).
Mental health

5 Easy Tips to Beat Burnout ASAP

You’re exhausted, but your workload doesn’t know it. You’re on the verge of packing it all in – for good. But before you hand in your resignation, try these burnout-dousing tips

5 Ways to Get Motivated When You're Stuck in a Rut and Unable to Get Things in Gear

Use these tips to sharpen your focus, channel your energy and shift your goals into a higher gear.

Try This 10-Minute Trick for a Sharper Mindset

Lost your mojo at work? Here’s the simplest way to recharge your focus during your lunch hour or screen break – minimal effort required
Working from home

Why You Should Go with the Flow to Beat Burnout

From office workers to jazz musicians, everyone wants to get into the ‘flow’ – the fabled state of optimal focus. But it’s good for more than just creativity.

Stella - Menopause care you can trust

Stella is an online clinic for menopause support. Get fast, safe access to the right combination of menopause treatments for you, including hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

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05 Dec 23
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