Welcome to our wellbeing page. We are delighted to see you.
On 4th July 2021 RareQoL held a small event at Capel Hermon Business Centre which will be our new home. We invited members or our local community to the event to consult on wellbeing activities and resources which will help our community.
Mabon ap Gwynfor MS Senedd Constituency Member attended the wellbeing consultation at RareQoL office Capel Hermon Business Centre
As a result of our national lottery funding we are able to start planning the development of our bilingual wellbeing newsletter.
We will be advertising for volunteers, students and staff to help us with this project.
Keep checking for details.
We have now moved into our new head office where we will base our wellbeing activities and reserach. Aimed at including the quality of life for all the communities we serve. Included the rare disease community, diverse and rual communites.
A survey was sent out to our local rural Welsh community. the aim was to find out what they feel would help the wellbeing of the community. The top 4 responses were a newsletter, outdoor exercise, dancing and Citizen's Advice drop in sessions
The World Health Organisation defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity (WHO, 1948).
The RareQoL team are advocates with long term health conditions. our physical, psychological and social well-being have to be considered.
This year 2021 marks a new era as we Rise -Up from Lock-down. Our RareQoL Team are working with community groups and small Charities to develop projects and activities which will improve well-being and contribute to social prescribing initiatives.
We are following government guidance set out in the Well-being of Future Generations Act in the development of our
well-being resources and activities.
COVID-19 has had a devastating and sometimes transformational impact on our communities. Guidance and resources to improve our physical, psychological and social well-being
has never been more important.
We are working with community groups to develop more understanding of social prescribing needs of the Rare Disease Community. Keep checking our web-site for more details of our work.
North Wales Region 2021
Race Equality First (REF) have been funded by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to produce a Health, Wellbeing and Mindfulness Booklet for minority communities in the North Wales region. This booklet will be translated into a number of identified languages and its aims are to offer information about health and wellbeing. It will also contain hints, tips and activities you can do from home or in your local area, and provide you with contact details to local and regional healthcare support services, organisations and groups.
RareQoL Social Prescribing Research.
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