Christmas is nearly here and it can be a difficult time for people but we have useful tips and information of what is happening across South Tyneside to help you get through the festive period.
Self-Care Week 2018 is here now and we have launched our wellbeinginfo app which is now available for download through the App and Play Stores.
Health information week took place from 2nd-8th July 2018 and in South Tyneside a number of events took place each day from Monday to Friday.
Something new is starting – South Tyneside Recovery college and before it launches they want to hear about your ideas on what the service should offer.
First Contact Clinical have new FREE training dates available across the Summer in South Tyneside as a part of the Change4Life Programme, book now before they’re full!
National Walking Month can help you get moving and there are even organisations out there in local areas who can support you to do this face to face.
Organisations across South Tyneside are showing their commitment to help support mental health awareness week as they have made a schedule which contains activities and events which are taking place over every day of the week.
Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual campaign and this year the theme is stress so we are are hoping to raise awareness of stress, how it can affect your mental health and wellbeing, what you can do to look after yourself or where to go if you do need extra support.
No Smoking Day 2018 is due to take place on Wednesday 14th March and is an annual health awareness day which aims to help smokers who want to quit smoking.
Curators at South Shields Museum would like contributions from the public for an exhibition exploring the mining heritage of South Tyneside.