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  1. Inclusion Roadshows: Autumn 2022

    In the Autumn of 2022, we held a series of Inclusion Roadshows for Headteachers, SENCOs and school leaders throughout the county, to update them on the work being undertaken to improve SEND Services in Suffolk. You can view the slides presented on the day along…
  2. Be Well, Feel Well New Campaign for 2023

    A new campaign for 2023 which focuses on 12 ‘emotional needs’ – one for each month – to bring you practical tips, people’s stories and support to keep you well. About the 12 emotional needs: To help you stay well, Suffolk Mind use an ‘organising idea’ that…
  3. Men Can Talk - Suffolk Libraries social groups

    Suffolk Libraries now offer "Men Can Talk" social groups open to men of all ages and backgrounds. These sessions provide a relaxed and non-judgemental environment for men to discuss mental health and wellbeing and find peer support. Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to come…
  4. Barnardo's Helpline in Suffolk (except in Waveney)

    In February 2022, Barnardo’s launched a phoneline service in Suffolk. It's a free and confidential emotional wellbeing service for parents, carers and young people aged 0-25 years.  The phoneline helps to guide and signpost people to wellbeing information, advice and resources, and  direct callers to any…
  5. Be Well, Feel Well blog: Emotional Connection – February

    February is Emotional Connection: Sharing an emotional connection with another being, whether it’s a partner, close friend or relative, colleague or pet, is essential for mental health and wellbeing. And losing a person we are close to, human or animal, is distressing. Warning signs which arise…
  6. Behaviour Safe At Home

    Behaviour Safe At Home supports parents, carers and family members living with children who display extreme behaviours, to improve the safety of everyone. The focus of the programme is on early intervention, to help prevent the behaviour escalating and to reduce the need for restrictive interventions.…
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