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“Patients circumstances are really improving, the Connectors are having a great impact”

— GP (Pinhoe Surgery)

Welcome

Wellbeing Exeter is a partnership of public, voluntary and community sector organisations who have come together to explore better ways of supporting the 40% of patients who visit their GP with socially based rather than medical problems.

Our particular approach offers social prescribing, for young people and adults in combination with asset-based community development to provide firm foundations to enable individuals and communities to improve and promote their own health and wellbeing. Find out more here: Holistic Approach.

Ready To Connect?

Are you interested in accessing Wellbeing Exeter?

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Struggling to Sleep?

Better Health Exeter are running this event with Stephanie to explore the issues we have with sleep and how to improve our sleep. Come along with your questions.

Stephanie (Sleep Physiologist, BSc Psychology, MSc Behavioural Sleep Medicine) has worked in the USA at Brigham and Women’s Hospital Harvard Sleep Division, then in the sleep disorders centre in London at Guys and St Thomas Hospital. She now specialises in insomnia and complex sleep disorders. She has founded the Sleepyhead Clinic – an online sleep treatment centre for patients, a sleep education training service for medical professionals. She also runs a complex sleep service for the NHS in Devon. Stephanie has also done a tv series in sleep for channel 4, and acts as an advisor for the BBC and other media regarding sleep. Stephanie is very passionate about her roles and enjoys disseminating complex sleep science in a friendly and relatable way.

www.sleepyheadprogram.com

is a brand new online platform to resolve sleep issues for good.

With thanks to Exeter Primary Care Ltd. and Devon County Councillors for their support.

5 Ways to Wellbeing

The Wellbeing Exeter programme takes inspiration from the 5 Ways to Wellbeing framework, as set out by the New Economic Foundation. It suggests five elements as contributing to mental wellbeing.

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Link up with Your Local Community Builder

Central to the Wellbeing Exeter model is the parallel development of community resilience within the city, alongside the social prescribing work. We have recruited a team of Community Builders, managed and mentored by Exeter Community Initiatives, who are active throughout the community.

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