The NENC ICS Staff Wellbeing Hub team has launched its homeworking wellbeing offers brochure, helping all colleagues access high-quality wellbeing support regardless of whether they work on-site or not.

The ICS have been hard at work developing their homeworking project in recent times to ensure an offering that also meets the needs of those who work remotely.

Within the brochure you’ll find information on wellbeing workshops, with topics including the likes of physical activity for good mental health, how to avoid musculoskeletal issues when working from home, wellbeing training for managers, tools and tips to reduce stress and anxiety while working remotely and much more.

You can find more on the Love & Loss Bereavement Support Group, an online group meeting hosted by specialist Piers Lane every Tuesday evening, between 7:30pm – 9:00pm.

Those who like to get active can find out more about the Hub’s Wellbeing Walks, accessible through the Rise Online Booking System. Of course, those who are enlivened by this kind of activity might also want to join the NHS North East Outdoor Activity Group, led by colleagues at Gateshead.

Information on regular masterclasses in psychological safety, hosted by The Behaviour Garage and also accessible through the Rise booking system can also be found within the brochure.

And you can even find out how to access DanceSing On-Demand for free, an online fitness and arts platform blending the two in order to help you train your vocal chords and body through singing, choir, vocal training, dance, mind and body fitness.

To check out the brochure, learn more about any of these opportunities and access the support, just click the button below!