Welcome to Talent for Care

We are delighted, and privileged, to be working with organisations, teams and individuals in health and social care through this most difficult of times. Our focus on support and wellbeing is proving to be completely in line with current thinking about the best way pathways to recovery, resilience and preparation for the future.

Innovation and investment in personal development of care staff are now recognised as being essential in addressing the risk of staff experiencing burnout or post-traumatic symptoms following their outstanding response to the challenges and uncertainties of COVID-19.

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Welcome to Talent for Care

We are delighted, and privileged, to be working with organisations, teams and individuals in health and social care through this most difficult of times. Our focus on support and wellbeing is proving to be completely in line with current thinking about the best way pathways to recovery, resilience and preparation for the future.

Innovation and investment in personal development of care staff are now recognised as being essential in addressing the risk of staff experiencing burnout or post-traumatic symptoms following their outstanding response to the challenges and uncertainties of COVID-19.

Recovery Champions

Recovery Champions has been taken up enthusiastically in both the NHS and Social Care with remarkable results. “This course has had a permanent impact on my life. Experiences like this don’t come along very often and when they do, WOW! it’s like a part of me has changed!”  Recovery Champion May 2021

Throughout their programme our participants feel heard and in turn they become the confident, trusted person that people turn to first.

I learnt how to improve my resilience and how to bounce back: it proved particularly useful when we went through an outbreak in the home.

Recovery Champion

May 2021

Peer Support Workers

Our Peer Support Workers Training and Support programmes are running successfully in hospitals and charity settings with equally successful outcomes and grateful participants.

Many trusts and organisations are introducing and/or providing new support for their PSWs as the demand on wellbeing hubs increases. Our training and support packages bring new strategies and perspectives to the role resulting in more confident, skilled and resilient PSWs.

The course made you think deeper and find your own strengths and weaknesses

Peer Support Worker

April 2021

The largest research study into the impact of Covid-19 on the mental health of healthcare workers (HCWs) in the UK revealed a 300% increase in those suffering from the highest levels of stress, anxiety and depression during the first wave of Covid-19, compared to before the pandemic.

Dr James Gilleen

University of Roehampton

There is a genuine fear that, once the dust begins to settle on the pandemic, there will be an exodus of NHS staff who feel too broken by their experiences over the past year to continue in their role.

Mariam Alexander

NHS consultant liaison psychiatrist

In the BMA’s February 2021 tracker survey, 26% of respondents said they were ‘more likely’ to take an early retirement, and 18% said they were ‘more likely’ to leave the NHS for another career.

BMA

February 2021 tracker survey

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