Making Connections Walsall have partnered with The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country to deliver two FREE “health and well-being in nature” courses for older Walsall residents experiencing loneliness or isolation. Our first program begins the 15th May 2019 at Walsall Arboretum, every Wednesday morning 10am – 1pm. Refreshments provided. If you work
Have you seen Walsall Council’s Staff Health and Wellbeing at Work Offer? If you are an employer, why not develop your own? There are benefits of supporting staff health and wellbeing to both individual employees as well as the business. These include improved personal health, greater work satisfaction and morale, increased productivity and reduced absenteeism.
Norovirus, also called the “winter vomiting bug”, is a stomach bug that causes vomiting and diarrhoea. It can be very unpleasant, but usually goes away in about 2 days. The main symptoms of norovirus are; feeling sick (nausea) – diarrhoea – being sick (vomiting) – You may also have: – a high temperature of 38C
This guide is aimed at identifying interventions that will support the promotion of resilience and good behaviour in childhood and adolescence therefore reducing the behaviour that affects a young person’s ability to learn. While issues may become evident at school, the time of pregnancy and early years play a major part in laying the foundations