The Staying Well at Work project have just launched a series of live webinars on health and well-being in the work place. Here's a bit more about the work they do:
The Staying Well at Work project is led by Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council, is part funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government, and aims to provide support to small businesses and their employees.
The support is offered at no cost, and focussed on a bespoke range of products to improve employee Health and Wellbeing and businesses to manage employees with disabilities/work limiting health conditions.
Services we offer include; coaching, counselling, physiotherapy, occupational health advice, health surveillance checks, specialist business and people support.
For more information regarding European Funding please visit : www.gov.wales/eu-funds
What problems can we help with?
Staying Well at Work specialises in designing and delivering services including consultancy, training and clinical support. Our proactive and integrated approach supports the prevention and management of physical ill health, mental health, rehabilitation and long term conditions. We provide clinical support for people to improve their daily functioning and symptom management so that they can return to or continue to work.
The service offers direct access to specialist support at no cost in the following areas:
What problems can’t we help with?
We cannot provide the service to individuals who:
How to access the service?
You can self-refer without seeing a GP first.
You are advised to telephone the Staying Well at Work Centre. The center is open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
You will be asked to complete a self-referral form prior to attending an appointment. Self-referral forms are available at the GP practice or alternatively can be sent out via post or email.
Telephone: 01443 827317
Website: Staying Well at Work