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Spring/Summer Webinars 2019

View our spring/summer 2019 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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Looking after your Wellbeing

Kath Cheer

Listen to this webinar to gain a greater insight into stress management and mental health. Participants will be introduced to a range of tools for managing stress, and find out more about how the Charity can support people to improve and maintain their wellbeing.

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View the slides.

See the stress bucket handout.

See the wellbeing plan handout.

Maintaining your Resilience
Jill White and Anxiety UK

Listen to this special webinar with Anxiety UK to explore hints and tips on how best to maintain and improve your wellbeing and resilience.

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View the Anxiety UK slides.

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Caring - for Carers and their managers
Linda Eades

Listen to this webinar on Caring to explore the range of issues faced by Carers and the kinds of support available to them.

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Grief and Bereavement Awareness
Jill White and Cruse Bereavement Care

Listen to this special webinar with Cruse Bereavement to hear and understand more about grief and the practical steps you can take when dealing with a bereavement.

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View the slides.

Read the Grief and Bereavement Awareness Q&A's

World Autism Day Special
Kevin Filby with Emily Bawtree, Ambitious about Autism

To mark World Autism Day, listen to this special webinar to understand more about autism and what it means for work and relationships – and discuss practical support that can be helpful. Joining us will be Emily Bawtree, Head of Training, Development and Consultancy for Ambitious about Autism.

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Becoming a Volunteer
Natalie Holmes

Listen to this webinar to find out more about how you can get involved and support your Charity by becoming a volunteer. Even for those who are time poor – there are always things you can do to help us help the Civil Service community.

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Read the quote from Elaine one of our volunteers.

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Laughter for Health
Kevin Filby with Jo Bluet, Laughter for Health

This webinar introduces the concept and some basic principles of therapeutic laughter, along with positive mindset and psychology tools, potentially as a foundation to Laughter For Health workshops being subsequently facilitated in a workplace environment.

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Stress, Anxiety and Depression for Managers
Kath Cheer

Managers are invited to listen to this webinar to learn more about stress, anxiety and depression. We’ll talk about how to recognise the signs in staff teams, how best to respond and how to direct people to what support there is available.

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View the slides.

See the resources handout.

Dementia Awareness Week

Let's Talk About Dementia
Linda Eades and Dementia UK

Listen to this special webinar to hear from our Head of Caring and Health services, and our partners Dementia UK, discussing Dementia and its impact on those with the condition as well as those around them.

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View the slides.

See the dementia information handout.

See the carers information sheet.

Welcome to your Charity
Anthony Ball

Listen to this webinar to find out more about the Charity for Civil Servants, how it can help you and how you can get involved in the lifelong community of the Civil Service.

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Surviving Student Finance
Elaine Jefferys

Listen to this webinar for an introduction to budgeting for students and parents of students who are leaving home for the first time.

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Carers Week

Information for Carers
Linda Eades

Listen to this special webinar during Carers Week to learn more about how important access to the right information at the right time is for Carers, and how you can access and support others to access our new digital resources.

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Economic Abuse
 

Listen to this webinar for an introduction to the issues around and signs of economic abuse.

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View the slides.

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