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Here For Each Other Happy Café - Session 4
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.
Working safely with display screen equipment
If workers use display screen equipment (DSE) daily, as part of their normal work, continuously for an hour or more, employers must do a workstation assessment.
Menopause and More: Menopause and Gender
The fifth Menopause and More session will focus on Menopause and Gender Identity. Delivered by Dr Christine Mimnagh, an NHS General Practitioner, this session will discuss menopause as experienced by transgender individuals and how best to support friends and colleagues in the workplace.
Menopause only affects you physically - truth or lie?
We caught up with Rachel Weiss from the menopuse cafe to speak about some common menopause myths. A lot of people think that menopause only has physical symptoms, but is this really true? Watch to find out.
Dorset Mental Health Forum
Dorset Mental Health Forum are a values-based charity influencing social change and advocating for social justice in Dorset and beyond. Aiming to increase understanding of mental health, wellbeing and recovery, challenging prejudice around people’s experiences of mental distress and trauma, through lived experience expertise, education and co-production.
Welcome to MindOut
MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer people. We work to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all LGBTQ communities and to make mental health a community concern.
What is a Men’s Shed?
Men’s Sheds (or Sheds) are similar to garden sheds – a place to pursue practical interests at leisure, to practice skills and enjoy making and mending. The difference is that garden sheds and their activities are often solitary in nature while Men’s Sheds are the opposite. They’re about social connections and friendship building, sharing skills and knowledge, and of course a lot of laughter.