Supporting mental, physical and emotional wellbeing
Recovery College Update 5 – 24th of April
Hello again to all our students
We’ve survived another week of the new normal, and hopefully you find that you’re adjusting well. Each week we are working hard to look at new ways to connect with you. We are working with tutors to see what courses can be moved online and looking at other resources for you.
Every day try to find something hopeful or positive – it can be simple things i.e. the amazingly clear skies that we are having and the view of the stars at night. We are lucky that the weather is being kind and we are not looking out to a grey world – instead one full of colour.
We had Suzy Baines from You Matter Always with us on Tuesday Live Zoom and she reinforced that important statement, you do matter, your voice matters, your opinion matters, your thoughts matter, your life matters. See Suzy’s first video on Facebook and youtube.
Some students are telling us that what they have learned in Recovery College has helped them better manage during Covid-19 so we would like some feedback about that, please!
What, if anything, that you gained from Recovery College involvement is
helping you though the current Covid-19 situation?
How can Recovery College continue to support your recovery journey during this period?
What are your ongoing learning needs?
Replies to Trish.Wallace@ramh.com
Next week on Zoom we have:
Zoom Tuesday 1.00pm – with Jeanette hosting our guest tutor Fiona MacNeill. Fiona is going to facilitate us talking about ‘finding space’. It will be interesting, do come along.
Drum 4UR Life on Wednesday 1.30pm
Living Life to the Full on Thursday 1.00pm
This week we have attached a sketch about looking after yourself.
Next week we will also send you an online curriculum of courses that you can book a place on, dates to be confirmed:
You Matter Always with Suzy Baines
Recovery Wisdom with John McCormack
Films & Mental Health and Wellbeing with Richard Warden
All our new films are on our Youtube Channel, North Ayrshire Wellbeing & Recovery College, check it out.