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Autumn/Winter Webinars 2021

View our autumn/winter 2021 help and advice webinars

Led by our own team of services experts and specialist partners, 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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An introduction to digital wellbeing
Mind Over Tech

Over the past few years, and particularly since the start of the pandemic, we've been spending more time online. But this can actually leave us feeling more disconnected, burnt-out and anxious. Digital wellbeing is about taking back control of our relationship with technology, enabling individuals and communities to feel good about when they connect, and using technology to realise their potential.

Understanding and supporting panic attacks
Linda Eades with Anxiety UK

Head of Wellbeing Services, Linda Eades, is joined by Dave Smithson from Anxiety UK to discuss what panic attacks are, how your mind and body responds when you have a panic attack, and how you can manage them.

Understanding your digital habits
Mind Over Tech

Technology is integrated into all aspects of our life. Once you start to think of digital wellbeing as the conscious use of technology, it quickly becomes a blueprint for how to live our lives more intentionally. Understanding our digital habits is an important first step to bring clarity to this process.

Managing your attention
Mind Over Tech

The technology we use is stacked against us. For many technology companies our attention means dollars and products are optimised to keep us hooked. Content is a powerful tool for engaging audiences and keep us coming back. In this session discover how the content we see can harm our digital wellbeing and learn some strategies to protect us.

Nutrition and anxiety
Linda Eades with Anxiety UK

Head of Wellbeing Services, Linda Eades, is joined by Dave Smithson from Anxiety UK to discuss the relationship between healthy foods and healthy moods, nutrients we need, what to avoid and other healthy eating habits to consider.

Family and friends of dementia carers - adapting your living environment
Hazel Barrow and Katey Twyeford, TIDE

Are you involved in caring for someone with dementia? Join us to find out what changes you could make in your home and other settings to support the person you are caring for. Hazel Barrow and Katey Twyeford, carer members of tide, will share with you information about the successful changes they have made in their homes.

Men and mental health
Linda Eades with Anxiety UK

Head of Wellbeing Services, Linda Eades, is joined by Dave Smithson from Anxiety UK to discuss the relationship between men and mental health, the risk factors, dealing with social pressures and seeking help.

Building resilience
Linda Eades with Anxiety UK

Head of Wellbeing Services, Linda Eades, is joined by Dave Smithson from Anxiety UK to explore what it takes to be or become resilient, understand some of the factors involved, consider strategies for resilience and to create plan to build and maintain resilience.

Purposeful activity for people with dementia
TIDE

Are you involved in caring for someone with dementia? Join us to learn more about how activities at home can help the person you care for feel safe, settled and more comfortable. We’ll talk about how behaviours can change as dementia progresses, especially over the winter months and provide hints and tips to help ensure the person you care for is occupied and engaged.

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