Promoting wellbeing and happiness in our home has always been at the heart of Hatherleigh. This Mental Health Awareness Week we are highlighting the importance of focusing on the wellbeing of not only those who live in the home, but also of our teams who devote themselves to our family members.
Often at Hatherleigh Nursing Home, our team put their feelings aside if it means they can best support our family members on their later life and dementia journeys to feel safe, happy, and loved. Whilst we are proud of the care that all of our “one team” provides for those in their care, it is equally as important that they themselves are being taken care of. Whether that is talking to a fellow team member or mentor within the home or our Wellbeing Team, everyone at the home has someone or somewhere they can turn to when in need.
As well as the support and mentorship offered within the home, Hatherleigh Nursing home also offer support by our remotely based Wellbeing Team. For them, there is never a burden too heavy to share, and they are always at the end of the line, whatever the day or time, to listen and to care. They offer both support on best practice and emotional wellbeing for all team members. You are only ever a call or a message away.
Although we are still unable to meet for face to face connections at our monthly group training sessions, the leadership team have been hosting online sessions to avoid anyone feeling disconnected or unsupported. Every Friday at 9pm, they have been going Facebook Live with all our teams joining for interactive sessions. There has been reassuring, educating, supporting, laughing, and connecting with one another. Any questions or uncertainties have been addressed with openness and honesty, leaving no-one in any doubt. Allowing us as individuals to feel whole and together as a team once more.
Hatherleigh Nursing Home pride ourselves on being an employer that is concerned about your life away from the entrance to our home. Being a member of the Hatherleigh family means we offer you support to you in any area of your life you wish to share with us. Teams are strongly encouraged to dedicate time to supporting themselves and focus on prevention of ill being. A guide to wellbeing has been provided to team members prescribing advice, tips, support, and challenges that promote wellbeing and enable good mental health.
It is important to remember that we are all going through this journey together and that we need to spend some time tending and caring for ourselves. Giving ourselves the love, we deserve! The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is kindness, so be kind to yourself and reward your life with feelings of hope, positivity, fulfilment, and joy. It really is your worth.->
These are just a few ways in which we support our team’s wellbeing and mental health, if you’d like to find out more about what we can offer at Hatherleigh Nursing Home, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our online form here and we’ll be in touch with you shortly!
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