We’re proud here at the Royal Borough to be sponsoring the Brighter Berkshire Year of Mental Health and it’s a great way to help us change the way we think and how we work to fully support people’s needs.
I’ve been blown away by the reaction to this campaign locally; it’s so important that we keep conversations about mental health in the public eye.
Acceptance I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in December 2012. I can’t say I was shocked but the reality of the diagnosis jolted me. After my assessment I burst into tears. There was an overwhelming feeling of relief that finally someone had listened. Someone had...read more
I was delighted last week to introduce our detailed action plan as to how in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM) we will make 2017 the Year of Mental Health. I brought the plan to our local Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) for approval and to seek broad...read more
This is the first of our Brighter Berkshire blogs. Not because there has not been anything to write about, because every day there are so many things that move us to emotion, action and connecting with others to get things done. We are all volunteers and have taken a...read more
Year of Mental Health 2017
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