My contribution to the project involves our Occupational therapy undergraduate students who live, work and study across the region – and we hope students from many other disciplines who may also be interested. We look forward to them becoming involved in the future in coproduction and participatory evaluation projects with people who experience mental health problems, and who use creative, communal and self management approaches to living well and flourishing. Given the attention being paid to the mental health of students, we think this kind of learning is incredibly important (see UUK report here http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/policy-and-analysis/reports/Documents/2015/student-mental-wellbeing-in-he.pdf ).
- Entries open for Workplace Mental Health Award
- Come along to our next event to launch Brighter Berkshire in Wokingham
- Fundraising Update – £62,803!
- Have a Yellow Day!
- Run 5k or 10k to support the Year of Mental Health
- Brighter Berkshire meets with Reading Youth Council
- Unlock Your Wellbeing completes their pledge to Brighter Berkshire!