The CWC Launch Wellbeing Guide with Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo
In celebration of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, The Care Workers’ Charity are thrilled to announce that we have joined forces with the team behind the Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo to launch a digital Wellbeing Guide for the social care sector.
The Wellbeing Guide utilises the vision and expertise of both our organisations’ in supporting the social care workforce. Inside there are a variety of tips for positive mental health, guidance on how to apply for our Mental Health Grant, and additional support and signposting.
Karolina Gerlich, our CEO says; “The Care Workers’ Charity hope that this guide will go some way to help social care workers look after themselves and their wellbeing. The incredible work that care workers across the country deliver each and every day under unimaginable pressure takes its toll on their mental health. Our Charity is passionate about supporting the social care workforce through our financial grants, and more recently, our mental health support programme – and we hope that this guide will promote their wellbeing still further. Myself, and The Care Workers’ Charity team continue to be in awe of the extraordinary role care workers play in supporting the wellbeing of others and hope that their own wellbeing is supported in return.”
ROAR B2B Group Managing Director Bradley Maule-finch said, “We are really excited to be collaborating with The Care Workers’ Charity to support the mental health of our care sector. This Wellbeing Guide is another step forward in our journey to breaking down the stigma associated with mental help and protecting the workforce of the future, and our own employees. We are proud to be pushing forward with The Care Workers’ Charity”.
To download our Wellbeing Guide, click here.
For more information, and to apply for The Care Workers’ Charity Mental Health Support Programme;
For more information on the work the Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo is doing to support the care sector, register today for your free ticket on the 15th and 16th September at the NEC Birmingham.