10 Sep

Update from Time to Change – 10 September 2020

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With children and young people heading back to school and university this month, we’re encouraging parents and carers to talk about mental health. We recently learnt that less than a third of parents have spoken to their child about their mental health since the start of the summer break. That’s why we’ve created a brand new…

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06 Sep

Update from the Employers Team at Time to Change – 24 August 2020

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Employer guide on responding to coronavirus Mind have designed a guide to support organisations to tailor existing workplace interventions to support the mental health of their staff during the coronavirus pandemic. The guide provides practical examples and recommendations that can be adapted to workplaces of any sector or size. Download now >   Reaching Out New…

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30 Aug

Healthwatch North Tyneside Zoom Mental Health Discussion Group – 2 September 2020

Healthwatch North Tyneside’s zoom mental health discussion group will take place on Wednesday 2nd September at 6pm. Health and care services have been delivered in a significantly different way over lockdown and now more than ever as services are starting to open up again we are keen to hear what changes people would like to…

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24 Aug

Healthwatch #BecauseWeAllCare Campaign – Call to action

Dear Colleague We all care about our health and social care services. That’s why we’re asking you to support the new campaign we are participating in, alongside Healthwatch England and the Care Quality Commission — #BecauseWeAllCare. This encourages the public to share their experiences, both good and bad, to help improve services. As well as…

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07 Aug

Healthwatch North Tyneside – Share your health and care experiences during Coronavirus

We want to hear your views and feedback on your health and care experiences during the coronavirus outbreak. As lockdown restrictions ease and NHS and other health and care services plan their delivery, we want to make sure local people’s voices are heard to help improve services for everyone who uses them. The information you…

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25 Jul

UK-wide Women’s Self Harm Helpline OPEN and A&E ‘Call Before YouWalk’ Impact Survey

Hi there We just wanted to let you know that our helpline is up and running again and draw your attention to the possible impact of proposed ‘call before you walk’ access to A&E services. We hope you’re plodding on in a manageable way and that we will be able to bring more useful service…

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10 Jul

Update from Time to Change – 9 July 2020

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As lockdown continues to lift, some of us might be feeling more anxious than relieved. Below, we share Seren’s experience of how lockdown lifting has impacted her mental health, along with our tips for supporting someone who’s worried about restrictions easing. This month we want to hear your ideas on how we can make your email…

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03 Jul

YoungMinds Newsletter – July 2020

Supporting young people as we transition out of lockdown As lockdown restrictions are slowly lifted, it is only natural for there to be some anxiety about what comes next. But whether you are a young person, a parent or carer, or a teacher or professional, you are not alone. We are here for you. If you’re feeling…

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27 Feb

Time to Change – See the Bigger Picture

See the Bigger Picture Attitudes towards mental health problems are improving, but common misconceptions are leaving some conditions behind, adding to the stigma and stereotypes. We want everyone to See the Bigger Picture and change how they view all mental health problems. You can help us do this by watching and sharing our new video,…

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27 Feb

How can we improve Time to Talk Day?

Thank you for helping make this Time to Talk Day our best yet! With your help, thousands of people across the country chose to talk about mental health – breaking down barriers, busting myths and changing lives. Your involvement is key in making Time to Talk Day a success. That’s why aa on the day…

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