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Health & Wellbeing Support - FREE Sessions, Posters, Conversation Tool & More!

1) We have produced three interactive posters to highlight support available to managers, nurses and care workers to support their wellbeing. Links include finance support, counselling, advice line, bereavement support and more. Please share with colleagues.

Managers H&W Poster

Nurse H&W Poster

Care Worker H&W Poster

2) Kings Fund Poster - to Support Health & Wellbeing of workers. Staff may experience a wide range of normal feelings and anxieties during the early stages of dealing with Covid-19. The aim of planned responses to active ongoing stress is to foster resilience, reduce burnout and reduce the risk of post-traumatic stress disorder. Designed for hospital workers but very relevant for the care sector.

Kings Fund Poster

3) It's good to talk! Use this conversation starter tool to help break the ice and talk to people about their mental health issues.

4) DO YOU KNOW - There is a team of NHS clinical psychologists working with the new Kent and Medway health and care staff wellbeing support hub offering support to the care sector. The website offers lots of health & wellbeing support as well as live sessions as detailed below.

A number of weekly 20-minute sessions aimed at managers, giving them the space to discuss any concerns they have about the mental wellbeing of their staff.

Confirmed hours (during which three 20-minute sessions will be organised) are:

Mondays 10.30 - 11.30am

Tuesdays 10.30 - 11.30am

Wednesdays 4.30 - 5.30pm

Thursdays 1.00 - 2.00pm

For more information and to book a place on one of the sessions, please email

5) Dealing with Stress, Trauma & Death - A free guide from The Judgement Index

Outline what trauma is

Explain normal reactions to trauma

Give top tips of what to do and what not to do

Suggest a daily decompression activity

Includes sections specifically for leaders and sections for staff and their families

The free guide from The Judgement Index can be found here

6) Burnout in Social Care - presentation slides can be accessed here