Work Well Suffolk Coaching Service

Work Well Suffolk Coaching Service

June 24, 2020

A new Work Well Suffolk coaching service has been launched that provides personalised 1 to 1 coaching service to those in need across Suffolk.

This free service means participants can set personalised goals based on their strengths, skills and interests and help them take small steps to improve their health, wellbeing, learning and employ-ability skills.  Work Well Suffolk will assess their needs and find ways to overcome barriers to employment and training.

They can help anyone who is over 18 years old and eligible to work in the UK.  If the service is not the most appropriate to give support they will do a warm handover to other services.  Priority for the Coaching service will be given to people who face barriers to employment due to:-

a long term health condition,
a mental health issue,
a learning difficulty, or
autism
or are:
unemployed,
under employed, or
unable to work

Pharmacy teams if you do see a patient need for this service please make referrals via the link below and remember to record referrals and make a note of the referral in your HLP folder.

https://www.realisefutures.org/work-well-suffolk




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