Edinburgh’s Adult Education Programme 2022
iThrive Edinburgh Newsletter December 2021
This month’s iThrive Edinburgh newsletter focuses on local services and resources related to Winter Wellbeing
Clear your head (December 2021)
The Scottish Government’s Clear Your Head campaign aims to help people cope during the winter period, providing people with hints and tips on how they can look out for themselves.
Thrive Briefing #35
Download a copy of Thrive Edinburgh Briefing #35
#MakeTime campaign from Young Scot
Young Scot‘s #MakeTimeTo campaign aims to raise awareness of #AyeFeel and encourage young people to make time to look after their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
A collection of poems on the theme of Connect
Earlier this year, the Scottish mental health charity Health in Mind launched its search for poems on the theme of ‘Connect’ – one of the five ways to wellbeing.
Rembering Together, Scotland’s Covid Community Memorial
Rembering Together is a national programme of remembrance managed by Greenspace Scotland, bringing together communities and artists/creative practitioners in collective acts of reflection, remembrance, hope and healing.
An Introduction to the Nordoff Robbins approach to Music Therapy
Gain important insights into music therapy and those who pioneered it as you discover the vital skills of a music therapist.
Carer Survey Results – Edinburgh & Midlothian
The 2021 survey was undertaken by Scotinform on behalf of VOCAL and its partner organisations. Over 1,200 unpaid carers took part, sharing their views and experiences of caring in Edinburgh and Midlothian.
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2021 report
The Thrive Arts Programme continue to participate in the annual Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF) hosted nationally by the Mental Health Foundation.
Where I thrive: photography call-out
iThrive Edinburgh is looking for photography work from Edinburgh’s citizens inspired by the theme ‘where I thrive’.