Learners will learn about the many benefits of journaling, both for mental and physical wellbeing. They will explore practical journaling activities that can help service users develop a safe and effective journaling practice.
Through learning how to start and maintain a regular journaling habit, participants will develop new strategies for improving their own mental-wellbeing, discover useful problem-solving skills, and find strategies for identifying what problems they might want to share with others.
The Reach Out project aims to help those who engage improve literacy and numeracy skills, reduce social isolation, improve mental and physical health, improve IT skills and employability chances. This is all done through facilitating various classes/courses as appropriate. The project is student led/student centred and the courses are facilitated through student input, ideas and help.
The project is open to both males and females, aged 16+.
The Agewise Project aims to encourage people to envision and realise a purposeful, meaningful and socially engaged life as they age and move toward retirement. Agewise offers a positive frame for aging that honours people’s life experience, and challenges the stigma of growing older. Many providers offer support to prepare financially for retirement, but Agewise looks at how people can prepar