HEALTHY IRELAND RESILIENCE AND WELLBEING ‘KEEP WELL’ CAMPAIGN
The Healthy Ireland Resilience and Wellbeing Campaign goes live today Monday 16 November with a local and national campaign.
The Government Plan for Living with COVID-19 – Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021 highlights the important role that individual and community resilience will play in contributing to our ongoing response to COVID-19.
The “Keep Well” campaign will signpost to people of all ages about minding their own physical and mental health and wellbeing. This can be done by adding healthy and helpful habits to their daily and weekly routines.
The Healthy Ireland “Keep Well” campaign will provide guidelines, information, and tips on things to help everyone to keep well through the coming months. This Resilience and Wellbeing information is being added on an ongoing basis on www.gov.ie/healthyireland and under the following sections: Staying Active, Keeping Connected, Switching Off, Eating Well, and Minding Your Mood.
An invitation to attend an upcoming Webinar on International Men’s Day the 19 November focused on ‘Men’s Mental Health in these Challenging Times’ in partnership with the Men’s Health Forum in Ireland and the Centre for Men’s Health in IT Carlow.
It will highlight recent research and promote important messages for men in relation to their mental health. There will be an exciting line up of speakers on men’s health including inputs on farmers, men who attend men’s sheds and young men as well as a discussion panel with representatives from the GAA, SpunOut, Mental Health Ireland, Healthy Ireland in the Department of Health and the HSE.
Please see the link here for registration. (press the word ‘here’ for registration)