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What we do: Typically our clients are men and women who are struggling to come to terms with one or more life-shocks. This could be cancer or other major illness, bereavement, job loss, divorce / break-up, and other types of losses. We help by equipping them with the right information and tools to work through the emotional impact of their traumatic experiences. In this way, they are able to face their grief, let go of any emotional pain limiting them, and regain a sense of wellbeing. For those who want to support children through grief, we offer a specially-designed 6-week course (see below). We also provide bespoke ‘Emotional First Aid’ training for HR staff, managers and other professionals who want to give the right support to any employees who have experienced a significant loss. Support With Life-Changing Events: Helping Children Deal with Loss Workshop – experiential training designed to help you support children through the ups and downs of life. Events such as moving house, pet loss and death of a grandparent are some of the first losses children can experience. This programme is aimed at parents, teachers, youth workers and other professionals who work with or care […]
The Isle of Wight Council Adult Community Learning Service (ACL) supports opportunities for Adults aged 19+ to develop new interests, skills or just have fun.
Age UK Isle of Wight is a local, independent charity that exists to work with, and for, all people aged 50 years and over on the Isle of Wight. Our services help people to improve their quality of life, whatever their circumstances. We can help you, or someone you care about, to stay happy, healthy and connected.
Idea: We hope to build a new Men’s Shed to benefit the community in the parish of Nettlestone & Seaview on the Isle of Wight.
Many victims feel that their life has been turned upside down, and what was once normal and familiar no longer feels safe.
Memory therapy and activities delivered in a persons own home by experienced, trained professionals that allows someone who has memory loss, or mild to moderate dementia, the chance to work their mind.
Are you a carer? Would you like the opportunity to pop out to go shopping, to run errands or socialise?
We are a free service that offers short-term practical and emotional support following your discharge from hospital. Provided by Age UK Isle of Wight and the British Red Cross working in partnership.
In 2001 the Isle of Wight Fibromyalgia Support Group was set up to make sure that nobody on this island is alone with this condition.
Age UK Isle of Wight – Active Minds Social Clubs Keeping your mind active with our three friendly and inclusive social groups
BULLYING -underlines so many many mental health issues, that then become social issues and it affects the majority of us, at some time in life, both young and old . It’s why we do what we do -not to produce just Champions-Black Belts or “FIGHTERS” !! ?NEW?NEW?NEW? More than Martial Arts, more than just fighting….THESE ARE VALUABLE AND CHALLENGING, LIFE LESSONS! KIDZ ?WIGHT TIGERS? ??? STOP BULLYING !! CHILDREN’S, “FREESTYLE” MARTIAL ARTS RYDE-Methodist Hall Garfield Rd Tues 4-8yrs at 4:00-5:00 8YRS+ at 5:00-6:00 ??????????? ??? The first days at school, can be traumatic and can set, a negative pattern, for life. WE BELIEVE, CONFIDENT, HAPPY CHILDREN, ARE FAR MORE IMPORTANT, THAN SPORT OR EVEN “MARTIAL ARTS” SKILL! ??? Strength not aggression!! ???????? ??? Give your child the best possible start and prepare them, for the bullies, prepare them, for life !! To be aware of and stand up to, bullying of all kinds, + not to become a bully. Also how to say “NO” + TO ACCEPT “NO ” ??????????? (No joining fee or contracts) . Brothers/Sisters can stay in same group, if wanted?. ???????????? TO SING/DANCE ETC IS GREAT FUN!! TO WIN, TO BE A CHAMPION IS GREAT, BUT… […]
Inpatient services are provided to meet the general mental health/psychiatric needs of the population of the Isle of Wight.
Mental Health conditions are very common, affecting a significant proportion of the population at any one time. Up to one in four consultations with GPs relate to mental health issues. People with mental illness often also experience physical health problems and generally find it more difficult to choose healthier lifestyles. As such the NHS Trust provides a variety of Mental Health services for adults and children, both in community and in-patient facilities. A new Facebook page has been set up which will share information about its services, signpost and offer self-help tips and begin to create an Island mental health community.
Anglican Church St John the Baptist, Oakfield with Holy Trinity, Ryde is an Anglican church with an open, friendly atmosphere where all are welcome.
I have 5 years of experience working with the local supporting people team, helping people to develop and fulfil their goals of remaining independent and living as normal a life as possible. I have an enhanced DBS (CRB) certificate, renewed every 3 years, and a genuine passion to help others. Below is a list of some of the support I can offer you: Supporting you to maintain your independence Arranging all necessary appointments and keeping you on track Help with personal budgeting Being there to help when professionals are required Helping you to develop and maintain life skills Assisting with all benefit claims and ensuring benefit or council forms are completed correctly. If required arranging for adaptations to help you cope with a disability Ensuring that your home is safe for you Help with shopping and developing a healthy lifestyle Should you like to contact me to see how I can help you please call on: 07702 097 753
Elder is a leading live-in care provider that connects those in need of 24-hour care with vetted professional carers across the UK. We provide dementia care, overnight care and care for all types of chronic illness that require full-time support. Elder live-in care is an alternative to care homes, allowing those we care for to live as independently as possible, in the comfort of their own homes, whilst at the same time being supported with the one-on-one care and companionship of a dedicated live-in carer 24/7.
The Living Well approach is a new person-centred, holistic way of providing co-ordinated health and social care. The Living Well approach aims to support people to lead fulfilling lives and maintain independence through early prevention, self-help and by empowering people to take positive steps to manage their own health and wellbeing.