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BSMHFT Mental Health 10h
Local mental health trust and work together in a historic first to help those with :
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NHS 10h
It's . We can all help with dementia. Small steps can make a real difference, such as helping friends and neighbours understand the challenges faced by people with dementia. For more advice visit our page:
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Bham City Council 14h
Birmingham City Council are running a series of events across May, June and July, to update businesses and organisations on the . The first of these will be this Wednesday (22nd May). Find out more on the website:
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Healthwatch Birmingham May 19
Lots of links to information, including patient rights, and older persons support, family health and more on our website. Check it out
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NHS May 19
Whatever it is that scares you, here are 10 ways to help you cope with your day-to-day fears and anxieties:
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Katy Chachou May 18
was my nursery nurse on the MBU. I had lost all confidence in looking after my baby after being separated for 3 weeks. I won't ever forget that support at such a vital time.
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BSMHFT Recruitment May 18
The next in our staff spotlights for Meet Alison who is a clinical practice facilitator here at
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BSMHFT Recruitment May 19
The last in our staff spotlights for Meet Maggie who is a support time recovery worker here at
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SIASSolihull May 17
Check out our new heathy living programme. A small change can make a large difference.
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BSMHFT Mental Health 13h
The telephone lines are now open to sign up for call us on 0121 301 3992 Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm:
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BSMHFT Mental Health May 18
As a trust we are we are showing our support to the LGBT+ community by taking part in the Birmingham Pride Sat 25 May at 12pm. We have space on our float. If you'd like to take part email: bsmhft.lgbtstaffnetwork@nhs.net
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BSMHFT Mental Health May 18
With in mind visit The Core Library, Solihull Wed 29 May 10.30am – 4pm and take part in the . We will have several Experts by Experience loaning ‘Human books’.
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BSMHFT Mental Health May 18
Reminder for service users of your care coordinator or local centre is your point of contact; alternatively take a look at the information on our website:
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BSMHFT Mental Health May 18
Lend a helping hand volunteering and nurture your passion for helping people. Taking care of the present. Inspiring futures: Join us:
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BSMHFT Mental Health May 17
Missed and the documentary ‘Psychosis and me’? Catch up on iPlayer:
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Healthy Brum May 17
We often get so caught up in work and stress, that we forget to take care of our mental health. Don't just live for the , but make everyday of value to your wellbeing. Make sure to tick some boxes off today.
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BSMHFT Recruitment May 17
The next in our staff spotlights for Meet Jemima who is a community nursery nurse here at
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BSMHFT Mental Health May 17
has a wide variety of sessions available this term including the first three part course, ‘Introduction to your recovery.’ There will be one new session, ‘Nature appreciation and recovery’:
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