For parents of young people with special needs weekends can be overwhelming and exhausting. Without the structure provided by school and clubs during the week, the two free days of the weekend can be tricky for some families. To avoid difficult weekends, it’s important to create a schedule of engaging and fun activities, however, finding […]
We would like to reassure you that all the staff at Aspire Healthcare have been fully vaccinated to ensure we are in line with government guidelines. This is to protect our service users against COVID-19. This includes support staff or any external staff that may visit such as GP’s and hairdressers.
“It is estimated that 1 in 6 people in the past week experienced a common mental health problem” (http://content.digital.nhs.uk/catalogue/PUB21748/apms-2014-full-rpt.pdf) October 10th is recognised by the World Health Organisation as World Mental Health Day. – https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/world-mental-health-dayThe theme this year was ‘Mental health in an unequal world’. The Covid pandemic has had an effect on everyone’s mental […]
From 6th – 10th September 2021, Professional Care Workers Week ran for a fourth time, with an aim of shining a light on the excellent work conducted in the social care sector. The platform is organised by the Care Workers Charity and is aimed to provide a virtual space to explore some of the issues […]
Long covid is a condition where people continue to experience symptoms for longer than usual after contracting the covid-19 virus. According to the office of national statistics, more than 1 million people are living with long covid, and it is estimated that 14% of people who catch covid-19 end up with lasting symptoms. The largest […]
NHS England and Improvement are working alongside other health officials including Public Health England and the North East and Cumbria Integrated Care System to further understand how we can increase the number of care home staff getting access to the vaccine. To get involved in this project, you will have to complete a short survey […]
We’re going to look at the relationship between what you eat and how you feel.
How can food affect wellbeing?
The theme of 2021’s Mental Health Week was Nature. ‘There is something to be wondered at in all of Nature’ – Aristotle Mark Rowland, the Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundations explained why they chose Nature as this year’s theme. Nature is central to our psychological and emotional health, and it’s almost impossible to […]
As we move into step 3 of the Covid Roadmap, we thought we would update you on the rules of what you can and can not do from the 17th May: You can meet in groups of 6 people or 2. households indoors You can meet up to 30 people outdoors. Indoor hospitality such as […]