Let’s Get Physical! reached Merthyr today at an event which got people on their feet!
The national Let’s Get Physical! campaign reached Rhondda Cynon Taf today at an event in Aberdare. Guests had the opportunity to get a physical health check up in the Mobile Health Centre, take part in gym exercises and enjoy a healthy lunch.
The Minister for Health and Social Services Mark Drakeford AM has agreed the need to revise the Mental Health Act 1983 Code of Practice for Wales which gives guidance to staff regarding the care and treatment of patients subject to the Act.
Mental Health Wales – the online information service managed by mental health charity Hafal – has launched a new ‘Working Guide’ which promises to make it easier to monitor and understand mental health policy and legislation in Wales.
Today the first of 22 Let’s Get Physical! county events took place at the at the Recreation Centre in Bridgend.
Leading healthcare conference Mental Health Today Wales takes place on 20 May in Cardiff and brings together an audience of healthcare professionals, academics, service users and mental health charities to tackle the issue of mental health and poverty
The week aims to encourage people to talk about mental health, and raise awareness of mental illness, a subject which continues to be a taboo in Wales.
Let’s Get Physical!, a groundbreaking 2014 campaign led by mental health service users and carers in Wales, was officially launched at the Pierhead building in Cardiff Bay today by Health Minister Mark Drakeford AM.
Our Let’s Get Physical! campaign is about to launch! As people with a mental illness and their carers in Wales we are concerned that our physical health is neglected. Our Let’s Get Physical! campaign sets a challenge – both to ourselves and to our service providers – to radically improve our physical health.