Health and wellbeing news from Welwyn Hatfield week 10
This week we are featuring health and wellbeing news for March 2021
Week 10 in Welwyn Hatfield......Daffodil and Primrose time!
Young Carers Action Day is the 16th March
Young Carers Action Day is marked to celebrate and raise awareness of all the young carers across the country of which there are many. 8% of young people in Herts are carers.Young Carers Herts have over 2,000 young carers registered for help and support. If you think you might be a young carer take at look at the information on the Young Carers website and find the support you need.
Just Talk Herts have now released their Thrive and Survive Guide to support University students with their wellbeing
Just Talk Herts are here to support young people with their mental health. They are encouraging young people to talk about their feelings.
Just Talk Herts are aware this pandemic has been very debilitating for young people of all ages in particular University students who have missed out on what should have been the start of their independance and freedom.
The new resource the Thrive and Survive Guide has been created to help you adjust to university life: providing ideas, information and advice on things you might need to know to support your wellbeing.
Potential Kids have released some new virtual dance classes for march
Have you been scammed because you might be able to get your money back with the help from the Citizens Advice Bureau
The Citizens Advice Bureau are advising people to check if they can get their money back after they have been scammed.What you should do, and whether you'll get a refund, depends on what happened. Check if you can get your money back after a scam - Citizens Advice
Check out the Friends Against Scams website to find out more
Help Us, Help You Campaign to raise awareness about lung cancer symptoms
Help Us, Help You campaign by NHS and Public Health England are urging people to see their GP if they have had a cough that has lasted for 3 weeks or more and they don't have Covid symptoms. The campaign is reminding the public that the NHS is here for them and can see them safely.