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SIMPLE ACTIONS YOU CAN DO IN YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE TO FEEL GOOD AND FUNCTION WELL
CONNECT
MAKE TIME EACH DAY TO CONNECT
BE ACTIVE
BRING ACTIVITY INTO THE EVERY DAY
TAKE NOTICE
BE AWARE OF THE WORLD AROUND YOU AND WHAT YOU ARE FEELING
KEEP LEARNING
TRY SOMETHING NEW.
GIVE
GIVING TO OTHERS IS GOOD FOR YOU.
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CONNECT

MAKE TIME EACH DAY TO CONNECT

CONNECT WITH THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU 

Your work colleagues, friends, neighbours, at home, work, school or in your local community. By staying connected and nurturing these relationships we feel happier and more secure, giving a better sense of purpose.

 

BE ACTIVE

BRING ACTIVITY INTO THE EVERYDAY.

GO FOR A WALK OR A RUN

Step outside. Cycle. Play a game. Garden. Discover a physical activity you enjoy and suits your lifestyle and level of mobility and fitness. Scientists confirm physical activity can help maintain wellbeing and good mental health.

TAKE NOTICE

BE AWARE OF THE WORLD AROUND YOU AND WHAT YOU ARE FEELING  

BE CURIOUS

Catch sight of the beautiful. Notice the changing seasons. Savour the moment as you are out for a walk or talking to friends. Notice how you are feeling and thinking.  

 

KEEP LEARNING

TRY SOMETHING NEW

Rediscover an old interest. Sign up for that course. Take on a new responsibility. Setting yourself a challenge and learning new skills will make you more confident as well as being great fun. 

 

GIVE

GIVING TO OTHERS IS GOOD FOR YOU

DO SOMETHING NICE FOR SOMEONE ELSE.

Thank someone. Volunteer your time or join a community group. Seeing yourself and your happiness linked to the wider community can be incredibly rewarding and create connectedness with the people around you.

 

 

 

Meet your Mental Health First Aiders

CONNECT & LEARN

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Suir Engineering Mental Health First Aiders

If you feel the need to chat with any of our Mental Health Champions. They're only a call away.
Please see below
  Do you need to talk to someone? 

  Pieta House: Freephone 1800 247 247 
  Samaritans Ireland: Freephone 116 123 
  Aware: Freephone 1800 80 48 48                                                                                                     Lighthouse Club: Freephone 1800 939 122 

                                                                               

 More Information:

  HSE Information, Support & Services 
  Mental Health Ireland

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Free, confidential service available to any Suir Engineering employee and their family at any time during employment in Suir, and providing immediate access to fully qualified, accredited counsellors and information specialists. 
 
Suir Engineering Mental Health First Aiders
  • Click here for a list of First Aiders in your location.