Video blogging saved my life7 November 2014, Guest Blogger
Sam is a primary school teacher living in Devon; here he talks about how opening up and telling the truth on video was a blessing that helped him deal with anxiety and depression.
Living a healthy life18 August 2014, Hanifa Islam
It’s important to me and my health to be busy and I don’t let my health problems get me down.
Improving representation of people with learning disabilities in the media5 August 2014,
It's important that large media organisations like the BBC lead by example and show what equal opportunity employment looks like,
Helpful hints to support people with learning disabilities living with dementia24 July 2014,
A recent Down’s Syndrome Association event was a helpful reminder about what we all need to think about when involved in the lives of people with learning disabilities.
Combining the expertise and knowledge of families and practitioners would benefit everyone11 June 2014,
Better support for family carers of people with learning disabilities who develop dementia will help shape a better future for them.
A Parentâs Perspective11 June 2014, Guest Blogger
Christine Anderson, mum to 11 year old twins Christopher and Jessica, talks abotu the range of equipment and adaptations used by Christopher and the effect it's had her and her family's life
How supportive management can help us to stay mentally healthy at work8 June 2014,
The recognition that mental health isn’t just the responsibility of individuals, but is influenced by the environment in which people operate is the key to a better work environment.
'Parity of esteem' and the workplace4 June 2014,
The push to value mental health in the same way that we value physical health is high on the Government’s mental health agenda. So what does this mean in the workplace and what can we do to make it this happens?