About this event:
Date and time
Tue, 17 May 2022
18:00 – 20:00
It’s normal to feel lonely sometimes. However, now with the COVID-19 pandemic isolating young people perhaps more than ever before, if it looks and feels like these feelings are taking over in young people, we want to be there. As parents, carers and educators we want to be able to recognise the signs, and this presentation will help us to have a better understanding of loneliness.
The session will help us feel more confident to offer support to our young people experiencing symptoms of loneliness, who may have barriers in trusting others. We will look at ways of starting a conversation and discuss ways to help and potential signposting for young people to know there is support available. Our goal is for us to help the young person to feel less alone and for them to feel comfortable to reach out and choose something or someone to connect with.
Would you like to find out why sleep matters to our young peoples mental health and how it benefits our mind and body?
Dr Christine Curle from Hunrosa, Sleep Consultancy, is hosting a free webinar with Charlie Waller on Wed 4th May 12noon-14:00.
In this talk, Christine will explain why sleep matters to our young people’s physical and mental health and what is happening in the body and mind when you sleep. She will suggest some ideas and habits to build to improve the quality of your sleep and your children’s sleep.
To reserve a place on this free online event: