Through the newsletters they are aim to offer a balance of practical, creative and informative content on learning, mental health and wellbeing. The Outlook team are grateful for the feedback given on last month's newsletter and look forward to continuing to hear reader views on them.
They are also keen to receive ideas you may have for classes, activities to do at home and ways in which they can offer practical support during the lock down.
They have decided to theme each newsletter, so for May, creative writing has been chosen. They would love to hear about any pieces you write and to receive work that you'd like to feature in future newsletters. In this month's issue, Steven Stewart has kindly submitted a poem.
Submissions don't have to be solely creative writing pieces, they can be anything from art, photos, recipes to general comments. You can get in touch with the team at Fiona.Dowie@edinburgh.gov.uk or Alexander.Callaghan@edinburgh.gov.uk or CLD.OP@edinburgh.gov.uk.
You can read the Spring edition below.
Programme of events for The GatheringRead More
Our latest thrive briefingRead More
Scottish mental health and wellbeing charity, Health in Mind, and Thrive Edinburgh – the Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership’s strategy for improving mental health and wellbeing – have partnered up once again to launch its wellbeing booklet: Coorie in for WinterRead More
The update sets out the aspirations of Thrive Edinburgh, what we have delivered against our Thrive Pillars and our Adult Health and Social Care Workstreams and Change Programmes which will inform our planning for the next 3 years.Read More