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  • Published date: 1st June 2018
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    The merger of two award-winning NHS Trusts has been approved by regulators bringing a range of benefits for patients and service users through the joining up of physical and mental health with adult social care.

  • Published date: 19th March 2018
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    Food is such a vital part of our daily lives - but why is it important for our mental health?

  • Published date: 19th December 2017
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    If you hadn’t already noticed, Christmas is nearly here. Whether it’s your favourite time of the year, or you dread it, there is no denying that Christmas can be busy, expensive and stressful. Here are our top 5 tips to help you cope.

  • Published date: 23rd May 2017
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    Dr Jo Cannon worked as a Psychiatrist at George Bryan Centre and is a strong supporter of Reading for Wellbeing.

  • Published date: 9th November 2016
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    Arts for Health were asked to assist with implementing the new acoustic panels which were installed in October on Brocton Ward following a recommendation by the CQC. Some of the panels are plain white so as not to detract from existing artwork, while up in the atrium we drew inspiration from the beach scene collaged mural which was created by service users earlier in the year.

  • Published date: 23rd October 2015
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    We had a wonderful celebration of the new Trust Art Exhibition on the 26th of October 2016. It was a lovely event with live music from Ash Wall and a great turnout from this year’s artists coming to see their work.

  • Published date: 26th August 2015
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    Arts For Health celebrated our tenth birthday in 2016! In July we held mini festivals on each of our three main sites...

  • Published date: 19th June 2015
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    This was a fantastic event on October 1st 2015 at the Learning Centre in Stafford, with representatives from around the region: clinicians, commissioners, artists, musicians, arts organisations, third sector organisations and service users and carers.