Author: nick

A bit more colourful

Our new leaflet has been delivered to several of our clients and around local areas and we love the new colourful imagery....
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Free Mental Health Awareness Course Sheds Light

Friday 31st May we hosted a free course to help shed some light on mental health which covered subjects such as the current legislation around mental health in the UK. “The course was free as we wanted to give support to as many people as possible, especially for carers/relatives...
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From Leicester to the Rugby World

The kind act of the Castle Donington RUFC Diamonds has seen us make it in to the Rugby World magazine. At the start of the month the Diamonds were kind enough to donate 6 carrier bags of food to our clients from their annual tour. The news of their...
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Rugby girls are real Diamonds.

We are one of the proud sponsors of Castle Donington RUFC’s girl’s section, the Diamonds, and today they showed us yet another reason why we are so proud. The girls have just returned from their annual end of season tour, this time to Wales, and with all of the...
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Safeguarding Children Training

Today I headed to Lincolnshire to provide training for Foster Carers. It was great to see the enthusiasm and desire to gain further understanding, without good foster carers our young people could not thrive....
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Making a Connection

It has been a difficult week for me as a PA, one of my clients has gone from being vulnerable to being to being mentally ill. The work that I have been able to do with the client has allowed me to chip away and find out what is...
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PA Training with relaxation and defense

Today our PAs enjoyed the opportunity to relax, share ideas, improve their knowledge around neurological and psychosis and learn how to defend themselves if the there ever came a need to do so. The session started with a lesson in wellness yoga to help with calming yourself down and...
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PSHE reform welcomed by BTC

The Department for Education has today launched statutory guidance to accompany introduction of compulsory health education, relationships education and relationships and sex education (RSE) in 2020. Breaking the Cycle have provided local schools with PSHE for a number of years and welcomes the new change. We feel that providing our children...
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Message In A Bottle Scheme

Do you, a family member, a friend or someone that you know suffer with a serious mental or physical health condition? If so check out this video about Leicestershire Police’s Message In A Bottle Scheme to find out how this little bottle can help doctors and paramedics out in...
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