May 15th ‘What makes Southampton a Mentally Healthy City?’
12- 5 p.m. Central Baptist Church
Set up time 11 a.m. – clear away by 6 p.m.
Southampton Family Trust
Create and Prosper
Time to thrive
Vieness body image
Mayfield Nurseries – ‘Plants for people’ Community Roots (D. Reade)
Lise Marron – ‘Capable Creatures’
Nagina – ‘products of joy’ – Joy for Asia
Board in the City and with an ongoing game
Time table for the day:
12 Noon – informal welcome
12 – 12 30 p.m. informal networking and discussion
On the screen – rolling presentation of Creative Options and the ‘walk of hope’ footage
12.30 p.m. shared buffet lunch – bring and share
1 p.m. intro ‘Hope’ workshop and youth (Emma)
1.15 p.m. ‘Southampton Mental Health Network’ – what is it all about?
1.30 p.m. – Mental health for students
Jo Calvert – Head of Student wellbeing at the University of Southampton
1.45 p.m. Femi Isiaq – update on research on digital methods for supporting mental health
2 p.m. K. Gardner – CEO of Solent Mind –
work of Solent Mind incl updates on latest projects:- ‘on your doorstep’ project and the pop up shop in the Marlands
2.15 p.m. workshop 1 ‘wellbeing hubs’ – what are they all about? Workshop discussion led by Jacqueline Tyson supported by Emma Jacqueline Tyson went with Claudia Murg of we make Southampton to research places where wellbeing hubs have been set up.
This workshop is to explore the concept of wellbeing hubs and to share how we feel about such a hub/hubs being set up in the City.
2.45 p.m St. Denys Activity Group –Ramesh Heer
What the group offers – work on outreach to the BAEM community
3.00 p.m. tea-break & Kim – laughter the best medicine?
3.15 workshop 2 ‘A framework for a new Southampton Service User Network’ workshop to explore the need for a new network and what it should look like.
3.45 p.m.. Vie at Vieness – work on Body Image and self esteem
4.00 p.m. Getting back to the grass roots – Duncan Reade – Mayfield Nurseries project ‘plants for people’ and ‘community roots’
4.15 p.m. Kathryn Barbour – ‘Southampton Dementia Festival’
4.30 p.m. The Contribution of the Faith Communities – faith panel – questions and answers
4.45 p.m. Upcoming events -notices etc.
‘Keeping the Hope’ day and ‘walk of hope’ Saire Herschel /Brendan O Reilly
5 p.m. Closing remarks
Acknowledgements and closing remarks
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