This week we are featuring the guidance that our Edinburgh Violence against Women Partnership colleagues have produced highlighting the increased risks during this time of shielding, isolation and distancing. The resources developed by Seen but not Heard also serve to remind us that not everyone will be experiencing the lockdown in the same way.
The incredible work and creative endeavours continues – it’s a pleasure to share these with you. Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme is kindness, never have we needed it more.
Please continue to get in touch with your stories, materials and ideas.
This week's quote:
“I think we all have empathy. We may not have enough courage to display it”. (Maya Angelou)
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