Mindsight comes from heart. A heart to do everything we can to support individuals in the education, management and support of themselves and others, in all areas of health and wellbeing.
We help businesses, educational establishments and charitable organisations focus on their number one asset; their people, so they thrive in and beyond the workspace. Building healthy, thriving cultures, we flip the care and support from the few to the many. With sustainable bespoke plans, individually architected, we create amazing places to work, with increased performance and enhanced personal belief.
Equipping individuals to create environments of care, where a positive wellbeing approach is the only acceptable culture. Every one of our interactions will create at least 6 more positive wellbeing engagements. Our 6 Connections of Care Model will positively impact 25,000+ individuals in the next 10 years. We will positively impact negative mental health statistics, in and outside the workplace.
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We help businesses focus on their number one asset; their people, so they thrive in and beyond the workspace. Based in Burnley and concentrating initially on the Lancashire-to-Manchester area, Mindsight aims to act as a ‘wellbeing architect’, going into businesses, educational establishments and charitable organisations to look at what they are doing and not doing in the area of wellbeing and mental health. Out of this diagnostic will come the plans and groundwork to deliver a practical, sustainable, culture-changing service, relevant to their needs.
Brew Me Sunshine is a Café situated within the old Visitor Newspaper building in Morecambe. The Café space is shared with the Galloway’s sight loss services team and creates a warm friendly approachable atmosphere for people to access and learn about the sight loss support offered by the charity. The profits from the café are donated back to the charity.
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The café is developing and growing with a view to creating employment opportunities for people with visual impairment. Revenue generated by the café supports this work.
This social enterprise also has available office space and can be contacted directly about this.
Youth Action is an award-winning youth charity, working across Lancashire for the last 19 years. We provide a range of services to the community for families and children and young people aged 5 to 24.
Our service will operate independently providing Person Centred and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, mediation and life skills. Our work will be sourced through local CIC’s, networking, care providers, GP’s and community hubs. As counsellors our services are universal to the needs of anyone who feels they would benefit from counselling. This could either be on a 1-2-1 basis or group sessions. Often, we find counselling is sought after particularly by individuals who are on the margins of society and have multiple, complex needs. It is well recognised that these groups have high levels of mental health amongst others. The company’s activities will provide benefit to our local area, where there is a high level of social and economic deprivation.
12 Million Minds is a CIC who help children and adults to understand their emotional health. We help them understand that behind every behaviour is an emotion and this helps to give them insight to their anxiety, worry and stress through emotional health coaching.
The Electric Sunshine Project offers creative experiences; workshops, events, projects and shows, and a new meeting place for communities. We aim to reduce barriers for children, families and adults in the Blackpool and Fylde coast areas to connect with their own creativity. We encourage people to think, unlock their creativity and grow in confidence while having fun. With our profits being reinvested into the local community, we are the only socially engaged theatre who use the arts as a transformative process to positively change the town of Blackpool. In August 2020, we look forward to moving into our new community creative hub on Blackpool prom; The Old Electric.
Specialist SEND (special educational Needs & Disability) (legally based) advice support and advocacy services. We work within the community developing and delivering specialist services across education, health and social care. We are a neurodiverse organisation and employer.
“No Whispers” offers training and workshops to engage, motivate and provide learning opportunities for professionals, community members and volunteers who are significantly placed to connect with children and young people and families.
Participants will gain knowledge, understanding and awareness of child sexual exploitation, the impact and misuse of social media, child criminal exploitation and County lines with Safeguarding and reporting strategies.
The impact on the safety, health and wellbeing of children and young people is the most important outcome which will be achieved through the enhanced knowledge and understanding of participants making effective challenges in work towards reducing child exploitation.
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