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Welcome to Wellbeing info Directory
Looking to improve your own health and wellbeing, or wanting to help a friend, colleague or a family member? But don’t know where to start ….. Then this is the site for you
Need a resource to help you help the people you work with… We can help with that too.
- We can help you to find local support services in the Sunderland and South Tyneside areas
- We can give you information about specific health issues and how to look after yourself
- We have links to other useful websites and national helplines
- We can help you get out and about have a look at Things to do
And much more! Have a look and do tell us what you think.
We appreciate your feedback about the site and you can send any comments or suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Washington Mind on 0191 417 8043.
To add your service, training or volunteering opportunities to the site click here!
What is wellbeing??
Wellbeing has been defined as: “A dynamic state, in which the individual is able to develop their potential, work productively and creatively, build strong and positive relationships with others, and contribute to their community. It is enhanced when an individual is able to fulfil their personal and social goals and achieve a sense of purpose in society.”
Highlight of the Month
Self-Care Week 2018
Self-Care Week 2018 is an annual campaign which this year is running from Monday 12th November until Sunday 18th November 2018. The campaign aims to spread awareness nationally on what people can do to look after their own health and where they can get support to do this. Click here to find out more.
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Washington Support Group for Men
Washington Support Group for Men are a support group for men who meet once weekly at Washington Millennium Centre. The Group was created for men who are long term unemployed, disabled, are currently experiencing health issues, or just lack confidence in order to support them to meet new people and feel better about themselves. They are also currently working in partnership with WEA to provide Adult learning within reach.
This year Washington Support Group for Men has been running for 9 years and to commemorate this as well as show new members what is available through the group they have made a new video about their group, you can now watch the video next to this post or visit their Facebook page for more information.