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Sign up for Devon Wellbeing Hub Mindfulness Course

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News, Recovery and wellbeing on 30th November, 2021

Sign up for Devon Wellbeing Hub Mindfulness Course

As part of Devon Wellbeing Hub, colleagues working in healthcare, social care and the police across Devon are now able to sign up to take part in a free Mindfulness Course run by Exeter University through the AccEPT Clinic. The course launched in October, with many colleagues signing up to take...

Birds of prey visit at Langdon

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News, Recovery and wellbeing on 24th November, 2021

Birds of prey visit at Langdon

On Thursday 21 October Langdon Hospital had a visit from Julie from The Devon Bird of Prey Centre. She brought along Mozart the Siberian Eagle Owl and Maverick the Mexican Harris Hawk. Over the two hours that they were visiting, around 50 people, staff and patients, flocked to the outside...

Occupational Therapy Week 2021

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News, Recovery and wellbeing on 5th November, 2021

Occupational Therapy Week 2021

This week is Occupational Therapy Week and staff at Franklyn Hospital in Exeter have been involved in many different activities to help elevate the sense of belonging and personal development with some of the patients. Enrique Diaz, Occupational Therapist, said: "At Franklyn Hospital, we love getting the patients involved with different...

Stress Awareness Day – how Devon Wellbeing Hub can support you

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News, Recovery and wellbeing on 3rd November, 2021

Stress Awareness Day – how Devon Wellbeing Hub can support you

Today is Stress Awareness Day, which aims to start a conversation on stress, and encourage people to share their experiences and tips for coping with pressure and worries.  Given what everyone has been through over the last eighteen months, it is hardly surprising that many of us are reporting an increase...

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