BWC’s Wellbeing Week
The Bank Workers Charity (BWC) is hosting a Wellbeing Webinar Week from 20 - 24 June 2022.
During the week, they'll be delivering free, hour-long live webinars each day via Zoom. They will cover current and emerging wellbeing themes, all designed to give you the tools, knowledge and support you need to improve your wellbeing. Each webinar will include a Q&A session allowing you to explore issues raised during the presentation in more detail.
Don’t miss your chance to book a free spot at any of the webinars below, and remember, you can attend as many as you want.
Why sleep matters
One in four of us in the UK suffer from poor sleep. But why is sleep so important, and what steps can we take to improve it? Book your place now for the webinar on Monday 20 June (13:00 - 14:00).
Dementia, carers and wellbeing
The likelihood of developing dementia increases with age. What innovation has there been in dementia support? What are the challenges of being a carer? Book your place now for the webinar on Tuesday 21 June (13:00 - 14:00).
Social wellbeing and loneliness
Loneliness has the same health impact as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. How can we build our social connections and protect ourselves against loneliness? Book your place now for the webinar on Wednesday 22 June (13:00 - 14:00).
The importance of financial wellbeing
The cost-of-living crisis is affecting us all. How can we protect our finances and what sources of support are out there? Book your place now for the webinar on Thursday 23 June (13:00 - 14:00).
Building your resilience
We live in a complex world full of stress and demands. How can we build our resilience to better withstand the pressures we face? Book your place now for the webinar on Friday 24 June (13:00 - 14:00).
Designed to give a clear understanding of the BWC support services whilst highlighting the importance of seeking early intervention. Book your place now for one of the webinars on 20, 22 & 24 June (11:00 - 11:30).
The BWC will be hosting free wellbeing support webinars where you can learn more about the services available from the Bank Workers Charity, and why it’s important to seek support at an early stage. The webinar will include real life personal stories to showcase exactly the BWC we can help, and the impact they have on clients who go to them for support.
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