Courses, programmes & initiatives that may help you or someone you know.
Stress Control Free Online Programme
HSE Health and Wellbeing are offering a free Stress Control programme that teaches you practical skills to deal with stress. The six sessions are 90 minutes a session and will cover different topics. Participants are encouraged to watch all sessions, but participants can join at any stage for one or more session.
Next programme beginning from February 8 . To register please see www.stresscontrol.ie
Minding Your Wellbeing
HSE Health & Wellbeing have launched a new free, online mental health and wellbeing programme called Minding Your Wellbeing. The programme consists of a series of 5 video sessions of around 20 minutes –
click here or log on to www.yourmentalhealth.ie
Living Well – HSE programme for adults with long term health conditions
There will be four online programmes starting in February on dates outlined below, and each programmes runs once a week for 6 weeks.
- Thursday Feb 18 @ 10.30am -1pm (6 weeks)
- Monday Feb 22 @ 10.30am -1pm (6 weeks)
- Tuesday Feb 23 @ 7pm-9.30pm (6weeks)
- Friday Feb 26 @ 10.30am-1pm (6weeks)
For more information visit www.hse.ie/livingwell
To book a place contact Programme Co-ordinator Jackie Lynott on 087 7185615 or email email@example.com.
The Operation Transformation Virtual 5K
We are encouraging everyone that can to get out and walk or run the Operation Transformation virtual 5k.
It is vital we stay connected given the ongoing challenges we face with COVID-19, so sharing the challenge of the virtual 5k with someone else is a simple, healthy way to engage with others.
People can run or walk the Virtual 5K from any location and it can be completed over a specified duration or on a specific day. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 18th 19th and 20th of February.
Registration to take part in this event here: https://ot.rte.ie/events/the-operation-transformation-5k/
Ireland Reads Campaign
Part of the ‘Keep Well’ programme, Ireland Reads is a new campaign from Irish libraries aiming to get the whole country reading this month in the lead up to a national day of reading on Thursday, February 25th.
Taking some time to relax and do the things we enjoy has never been more important and reading is a great way to get a sense of escape and boost well-being. The campaign website is now live at www.irelandreads.ie