Webinar: Reducing stress and increasing well-being – how to care for yourself and access psychosocial supports during and after the pandemic

We are holding a similar webinar NEXT FRIDAY 23rd APRIL for DISABLED PEOPLE, THEIR FAMILIES AND CARERS to provide them with supports around self-care during the pandemic.

Could you please send this information and registration link to the families and disabled people in your service and support them to register for this webinar. The webinar will be recorded and will be available on our website after the event.

Topic: Reducing stress and increasing well-being – how to care for yourself and access psychosocial supports during and after the pandemic

Target Audience – people with disabilities, their families and carers who support them

Description:

This webinar, hosted by the HSE Disability Services, will be held on Friday, 23rd April 2021 from 11:30am – 1:00pm.

The webinar will introduce participants to the National Psychosocial Response to COVID-19 Framework and will feature a number of speakers who will discuss the importance of wellness and supporting one another, self-care and outline further practical support services that are available free of charge to people with disabilities, their families and carers.

A disabled person will also speak about how he has coped during the pandemic.

The event is free to attend.

Please register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_b4d6t9ybQpyB7UlCYCbNwg

Please check your spam/junk folder after you register to ensure that you receive confirmation and the link to join the webinar.

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