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Wellbeing

Working to your strengths, with Emma 

At Livability wellbeing, reflection and happiness are the upmost priority for the people we support, our staff and our wider community. We also believe that every individual has strengths and gifts

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Mr Higgins – the disability inclusive body coach

Simon Higgins, Head of Physical Education at Livability Victoria School, is combatting a lack of at-home sports activities for disabled people with online ‘Mr Higgins’ videos. From a small start in

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Sew good: Louise gets crafty – Autism Awareness Week

In honour of World Autism Awareness Day 2020, 2 April, we hear from Louise, a person we support, about steps she took to try something new – and create something useful to soothe her anxiety she experiences

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Love has no barriers

And let us consider how we may encourage one another to love and do good deeds….Hebrews 10: 24 On Valentines, we are reminded about love – how and whom we love.  Staff across our services

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How church is perfectly placed to support health and wellbeing

In a world that sees people as diagnoses to be fixed, the Church is perfectly placed to speak hope. Sanctuary Ministries of Canada are part of a growing movement of Christians involved in supporting churches

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Together for Good – a community approach to wellbeing

How can churches build a community approach to wellbeing and positive mental health? Livability are launching ‘Together for Good’ – a new, free resource designed to provide churches

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Finding a moment of calm on National Stress Awareness Day

The 7 November marks National Stress Awareness day. Regardless of whether you are a city dweller or live in a remote part of the UK, we all face daily and an often, growing to do list. Work, health, finances

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Is your happiness adding up?

Andy Parnham reflects on the three categories of happiness – pleasure, engagement and meaning – and shares how this has profoundly impacted who have been involved with Livability’s Happiness

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Seasonal Self Care – summer wellbeing, a time to reflect and connect

Charlotte Overton-Hart encourages us to take a step back to consider some seasonal ways of looking after our own wellbeing.

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Flower power – How ‘greening’ their road is bringing a Bournemouth community together

Social isolation and loneliness are big challenges that Livability is determined to tackle – and sometimes it’s the small things that get people out of the house, working together and building their

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