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Autumn/Winter Webinars 2020

View our autumn/winter 2020 help and advice webinars

Led by our own team of services experts, each webinar is designed to be an informative session with tools, ideas and routes to gain further help and advice should you need it.

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Carers and Dementia
You Can't Pour from an Empty Cup
TIDE/Lifestory Network

Join us for World Alzheimer’s Month as we team up with TIDE and Lifestory Network to deliver the first of a three-part series of learning sessions for carers of people with dementia.

This session is about how carers can manage and maintain their wellbeing as best possible. Carers will gain advice and tips that can help with various issues that affect wellbeing.

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Download the handout.

Maintaining Wellbeing Remotely
Jill White

Our Head of Wellbeing Services, Jill White, gives advice and guidance on how to manage your own wellbeing while working remotely. In partnership with the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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Carers and Dementia
Living with Grief and Bereavement
TIDE/Lifestory Network

Join us for World Alzheimer’s Month as we team up with TIDE and Lifestory Network to deliver the second of a three-part series of learning sessions for carers of people with dementia.

Working with carers; TIDE have developed online resources providing information and approaches to living with grief. They recognise that this is a unique experience when caring for someone with dementia.

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Download the Grief and Bereavement booklet for carers.

Download the Grief and Bereavement booklet for health and social care professionals.

Carers and Dementia
Getting Your Point Across
TIDE/Lifestory Network

Join us for World Alzheimer’s Month as we team up with TIDE and Lifestory Network to deliver the last of a three-part series of learning sessions for carers of people with dementia.

This session will help people feel more empowered when getting their point across. It can be really useful for preparing to meet with professionals such as health or social care staff. You will learn how to make your case effectively and manage your emotions at the same time. We will explore how to prepare, deal with, follow up and even make complaints if required. You will understand more about rights and the approaches you can take to improve issues with services.

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World Mental Health Day
Jill White

Join us for World Mental Health Day 2020 as we discuss how people can support themselves, support others and perhaps support the Charity.

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Recognising Burnout, Creating Balance
Rachel Cashman, SOIRCAS

Rachel Cashman is an Executive and Leadership Coach with over 20 years’ experience of leading people and organisations in the public, private and third sectors and with a UK and international network of associates and partners. She has a proven track record of working with professionals in high risk, complex and challenging environments. In this webinar she'll be talking about burnout - both personally and professionally - and how managers can build capacity and capability to transform services safely.

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Launch of our Digital Carer's Passport and Statement Tool
Andrew Hebson, Kate Harding and Andy Jones

In conjunction with Carers’ Rights Day 2020, The Charity for Civil Servants is proud to announce the launch of our new Digital Carer’s Passport and Statement Tool service. The tool will help you reflect on your caring responsibilities, how they impact your day to day life and the sort of support that would be helpful to you. Join us to learn more.

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Grief and Loss in 2020
Jill White with Cruse

Our Head of Wellbeing Services, Jill White, is joined by Andy Langford, Clinical Director of Cruse Bereavement Care, to discuss dealing with loss over the last year.

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Advocacy with Voiceability
Linda Eades with Julie Allison from Voiceability

Join our Head of Caring Services, Linda Eades, in conversation with Julie Allison from the Voiceability charity to learn more about advocacy, and how it can help you. Advocacy is free, independent support to involve you in decisions about your health, care and wellbeing.

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