Carers taking part in craft activities

If you know of, or run, training sessions that would be beneficial for carers, please contact the office to have them listed on the website.

 


Summer 2017: An Apple A Day workshops in partnership with Credu Carers.

We have more interactive and engaging workshops coming up for Carers. Each session is 3 hours long and is followed by a lunch and chat time.

You can come to any of the events, or all of them

Feedback from our Welshpool sessions

‘Fully Supported, Wonderful experience of sharing with other, Great New tools to help with reducing stress. Therapies offered a wonderful treat. A really wonderful day where I felt cared for, nurtured and supported, with excellent learning resources. Thankyou.’
Wonderful to laugh with no agenda
‘Forgot about my aches and pains for a while – lovely’

 

Laughter and Happiness
Happiness and a good laugh boosts people’s health, communication, positive thinking and creativity. Choose to be happy. Understand more about how much control you have over your own happiness.

In this session we will look at what makes you happy and have a practical Laughter Therapy session with lots of laughter!

Stress Less
Designed to give practical solutions to deal with ‘whatever life throws at you’!

Sleep Easy
An informative workshop which looks at effective techniques to improve sleep, guided relaxation and calming mindfulness practice.

 


Upcoming events are in Brecon, Ystradgynlais and Machynlleth.

Carers can book places by calling 01597 823800 or by clicking HERE

 

These Events will be run a Carers Outreach Worker for Credu and Sarah Cronin from An Apple a Day. (An Apple a Day (Health and Wellbeing) Ltd are a Powys social enterprise company, set up to improve the health and wellbeing of the population of Powys. We have 15 years’ experience designing, developing and delivering interactive and engaging health and wellbeing workshops for the NHS, Public and Voluntary Sectors.)

"An Apple A Day" training social enterprise logo

 

Please also take a look at Powys County Council’s training brochure, many courses are free for Carers.