As part of Speak Up Month this October, Agnes Tutani, Cygnet's Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, talks about the importance of an open culture in health and care settings, where people are encouraged to speak up so that organisations can learn, develop and improve for the benefit of everyone.
To celebrate World Menopause Day, Jenny Gibson, Cygnet's HR Director has written a blog highlighting her experience of menopause.
Today is National Coming Out Day. In this co-authored blog Sam Hoyle and Aaron Bergin, co-chairs of Cygnet's LGBTQ+ Network, share their own coming out stories and provide some do's and don'ts if someone has made the decision to tell you of their LGBTQ+ status.
Today is World Mental Health Day and in our latest blog Rachel Rowe, Cygnet's Regional Lead Occupational Therapist for the East Midlands, writes about anxiety - what it is, how to get help and some of the habits which we can develop to help reduce our anxiety levels.
October is Black History Month. Rosalyn Mloyi, Corporate Nurse Director (Positive & Safe Care) and Chair of Cygnet's Multicultural Network, has written a blog about why the month is celebrated and how we can all get involved to bring about positive change.
Ed Hall is Head of Education at Cygnet Health Care, overseeing hospital school provision for young people accessing their Tier 4 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). In this blog we hear from Ed about how education is provided to those receiving hospital treatment for their mental health.