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Resources from 'Wellbeing on the Frontline' 2018

Resources from 'Wellbeing on the Frontline' 2018

Resources from 'Wellbeing on the Frontline' 2018

Many thanks to all of you for taking the time and making the effort to travel into London. We had representation from frontline workers from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales working in the voluntary, statutory and public sectors and witnessed lots of networking and sharing experience on the day!

Further to the four workshops we held on the day, we have uploaded some of the resources from these sessions for you; to support you going forward and enable you to refresh your knowledge on what was discussed on the day.

Please see below for resources relating to a specific workshop. 

Click here for all Workshop handouts

Workshop 1 - Ideas to implement small day to day changes to support staff wellbeing

Hayley Watts, from Think Productive, shares resources: 

The Productivity Ninja can be accessed here

Wellbeing for Frontline Workers


Workshop 2 - Mindfulness

Zoe from Go Mindfully has shared a playlist of meditations for frontline workers through SoundCloud.

Workshop 3 - Supporting Non-EEA Migrant Communities

Patrick Duce, Innovation and Good Practice Project Manager, Homeless Link, shares his feedback from the conference and some useful resources for those working with Non-EEA Migrant Communities:

Supporting Non-EEA Migrant Communities Summary Factsheet. 

Workshop 3 - Supporting EEA Migrant Communities

Lidia Estevez Picon, Migration Policy and Services Coordinator at the Connection at St Martin's, shares useful links to resources when working with EEA Migrant Communities: 

Supporting EEA Nationals


Workshop 3 - Multi Agency Working

Niamh Brophy, Palliative Care Coordinator at St Mungo's, and Dr Caroline Shulman, GP in Homeless and Inclusion Health share their resources from the day with a focus on end of life care: 

Multi Agency Working

Hostel checklist

Health Monitoring Log

Conversation Mapping Tool


Workshop 3 - Increased targets and Pressures

Jess Cordingly, Director at Lankelly Chase, shares the following resources: 

The Paul Hamlyn Ideas and Pioneers Fund

Resources and Funding available at UnLtd

 The Big Lottery Awards for All Programme

Robert White, Lead Commissioner for Supported Housing and Rough Sleeping Strategy, gives his feedback on the day.

Workshop 4 - Resilience and Wellbeing

Here are some resources by Brett Grellier who facilitated Workshop 4: 

The Wellbeing Platter 

The Compassionate Mind Foundation 

Rick Hansen's book 'Resilient'