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Better Health – Every Mind Matters

Better Health – Every Mind Matters

Make Inside Feel Better

Every Mind Matters helps you manage and maintain your mental health, as good mental health makes such a difference. It helps us to relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. We all go through ups and downs in life, and experience life changes that can affect our mental health.

Every Mind Matters gives you simple and practical advice to get a healthier mind and get more out of life – from how to deal with stress and anxiety, to boosting our mood or sleeping better. It will help you spot the signs of common mental health conditions, get personalised practical self-care tips and information on further support. You’ll also learn about what you can do to help others.

Every Mind Matters is continuously updated to support people during the COVID-19 outbreak, and has a COVID-19 hub that includes tips and support on how to deal with change, cope with money worries and job uncertainty and how to look after your mental wellbeing while staying at home. It also includes practical tips and videos from experts on dealing with stress and anxiety, boosting your mood, sleeping better and what you can do to help others – including advice for parents and for children and young people.

 

Discover simple steps to look after your mental health. Every Mind Matters
Could you be a Youth Ambassador?

Could you be a Youth Ambassador?

Do you want to get involved with your local ambulance service? You can be part of our vital emergency and non-emergency services if you volunteer with us as a Youth Ambassador!

South Central Ambulance Service needs your help to set up a group to support young people in the counties we serve. We want to be able to provide an opportunity to educate and support young people to have their voice heard on the issues that matter to them.

If you are 14 – 21 and live in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire, we would love to hear from you!

Please email getinvolved@scas.nhs.uk to find out more and register your interest.

*please note: if you are 16 or under we will need consent from a parent or legal guardian

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Stay Home Save Lives

Stay Home Save Lives

 

Around one in three people with COVID-19 don’t have symptoms, but can still pass it on. COVID-19 is spreading quickly across the country, putting many at risk and increasing pressure on the NHS.

As vaccines roll out, it is vital you continue to stay at home to:

  • Protect the NHS
  • Save lives

To find out more what you can and cannot do, visit: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home 

 

 

Stay Home Save Lives
COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Check

COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Check

The COVID-19 vaccine will always be available free of charge and the NHS will never ask you to share any bank details, to confirm your identity, or ask you to pay for a vaccine.
Find out more at: nhs.uk/CovidVaccine
COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Check
Brand new series of Inside the Ambulance!

Brand new series of Inside the Ambulance!

We’re very excited to tell you there is a brand new series of Inside the Ambulance: Coast and Country! You can watch it at 8pm on the W Channel from Monday 18th January

Crew from Inside the Ambulance
Join in for Time to Talk Day!

Join in for Time to Talk Day!

The Power of Small

A small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference.

The more conversations we have, the more myths we can bust and barriers we can break down, helping to end the isolation, shame and worthlessness that too many of us with mental health problems are made to feel.

Time to Talk Day is the day where the nation gets talking about mental health. This year might look a little different, but at times like this open conversations about mental health are more important than ever.

This years Time to Talk day is taking place on 4th February. Find out how you can get involved by visiting the Time to Change website: https://www.time-to-change.org.uk/get-involved/time-talk-day

The Power of Small. A small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference