What is a Well-Being Officer?
A Wellbeing Officer works with the Deaf, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing people on issues relating to their health and mental well-being. This can be by organising workshops, training, events, trips, and many more to encourage and promote positive and healthy lifestyles.
Suppose you feel you need support because you are feeling isolated, low, depressed, stressed or lacking in confidence, self-esteem, positivity and struggling to find or access support and information. In that case, our Wellbeing Service can support you.
One example is if you feel alone and have depressing thoughts and do not know where to go for general or peer support.
Another is receiving an NHS letter in relation to your health, but you can’t access it due to a language barrier, a Wellbeing Officer can help and support you with your journey in both cases.
Additionally, as part of our Zebra Access Wellbeing Service we arrange many events such as:
- Coffee mornings/afternoons
- Drop-in Sessions- to support you
- Health Workshops - to support you with General wellbeing tips or Mindfulness tips
- and much more!
My role is to support you with your wellbeing.
My working days are Tuesday,& Wednesday
9am - 5pm.
How do you get in contact with Well-Being Officer?
Text/Facetime/Whatsapp: 07861 677816
Do you want to improve your physical/mental well-being?
With the support of funders such as the National Lottery's Community Fund, BFI, Foundations, Trusts and so on, Zebra Access CIO provides a range of free services and support to Deaf, Deafblind, Hard of Hearing and Deafened people and communities. Zebra Access staff, volunteers have the right to work in a safe and abuse free environment alongside with service users. The organisation will not tolerate any kind of abuse against its staff, volunteers, service users or property.find out More