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create safer, healthier environments, it felt right to pledge this additional support which shines a light on the physical and mental wellness of workers in this amazing, selfless industry.” As we all navigate our way through this pandemic, it is natural to be concerned about the mental toll it is taking on not just ourselves, but those we care about too. It is within all our gifts to promote health, prevent disease, and maintain health in all our environments; at home for ourselves and our families, in social circles for our friends, and of course at


CareHomeLife has always been about improving lives. The Lifestyle arm shares fresh, free to all inspiring content that champions a positive mindset, with health and wellbeing support for a united, resilient spirit to be woven into the fabric of a care home. A well-connected team in sync with each other, feeling their best and working at their best, will always outplay any efficiencies or skill employed. CareHomeLifestyle promotes a spirit of humanity, harmony, kindness, and healthfulness, talking about how to build healthier care home habits from the ground up and top down.

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work for our colleagues. The physical and mental safety of those closest to us is something many of us want to help protect. In order to do that, we must first honour our own personal wellbeing to arm us with the attitude and energy to bring our full self to work every day to be the best we can be; choosing patience, kindness, and compassion takes less effort when we feel at our best. The Lifestyle printed publication and

content hub share natural, alternative wellbeing and real-life experiences from people in the field of social care.

The message is reinforced by a series of podcasts, with a line-up of special guests who include Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green OBE and Eddy Fishwick himself sharing their take on care, selfcare and the need to be positively selfish. Looking after yourself well is the

precursor to looking after others. Martin Green points out there is an amazing amount of resilience out there in the care sector, but now is the time to consider the benefits of ‘self care’ as a critical part of the process of providing a robust caring environment - enter CareHomeLifestyle.

More information Click here to access CareHomeLifestyle’s online resources. Their first printed publication will also be available this summer. To find out more about CareHomeLife,

a key partner/supplier to care homes nationwide, please contact the friendly team on 01772 425310, or email info@

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