Vacancy at FDAMH!
FDAMH has a vacancy for an Initial Assessment Practitioner with our Immediate Help Service. We are seeking applications from people experienced in conducting person centred, holistic mental health and wellbeing assessments. This post requires a person with considerable experience, resilience, empathy and a clear understanding of how social, environmental and health and wellbeing factors impact on an individual’s whole life and that of their family and social contacts.
For further information pop along to our jobs page.
Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 23rd August 2019
26/07/2019 at 10:50 am
Don Yer Kilt for FDAMH!
Have we helped you and you’d like to give something back?
Why not take part in the Edinburgh Kiltwalk, or any other future events and raise money for FDAMH. Contact Kelly on 07341 732747 for more details.
You can find out more about the Kiltwalk and sign up here: https://www.thekiltwalk.co.uk/.
With the Mighty Stride, the Big Stroll and the Wee Wander to choose from there’s plenty of opportunities for you, your friends and your family to get involved and have a great day out!
21/06/2019 at 9:03 am
FDAMH’s June 2019 newsletter is out now!
03/06/2019 at 3:22 pm
Sign up now for the next Carers Education Course
Our popular Education Course for relatives, partners and friends of those with a mental health problem will run again in September.
The course aims to help friends and family cope with what can be a confusing and stressful time. It will start on Tuesday 3rd September 2019 from 6.30-8.30pm at FDAMH and run weekly for 7 weeks.
The course will cover topics such as managing stress and how best to support and communicate with someone in distress.
The lastest course evaluation provides real insight into what benefits people achieve by taking part.
Anyone interested should contact the Family & Carers Support Service at FDAMH by calling 01324 671600 or emailing Neil Sowerby.
Tag: Family/Carers Support
31/05/2019 at 3:18 pm
Have you seen our Welcome Cafe campaign? The campaign is aimed at reducing isolation and loneliness by providing a table top sign at cafes that can be placed on the table if a person is happy to have someone join them.
We are thrilled with the amount of local cafes and companies who have signed up to take part and hope that many more will participate and encourage people to have a friendly blether.
So next time you’re out on your own why not look for a ‘Welcome Cafe’? And if you’re a cafe owner then just get in touch with Jim Thompson at FDAMH to find out more!
31/05/2019 at 3:03 pm