Today I talk about mental health and the workplace. Many of you have reached out and asked me questions about this. How do I tell my boss I need to take time off? What do I do if I have a gap in my employment history due to time in the hospital? Do I have to tell them? So what do we do? We make sure we only tell them what they need to know. Don't go overboard and share everything you are going through, just let them know that for personal reasons you need some time off. Also, you could say that you weren't working for a year due to a family issue or emergency. It is honestly up to you how much you share and what you tell them. So find your HR department and let them know what's going on and get all the paperwork in order so that you can then focus on yourself and your recovery and treatment. So reach out to your HR department asap so that you can get the support you need and deserve! We all know we don't operate as well when we are struggling and without any support, so the sooner we reach out the better off we will be! Please share any experiences you have in the comments. I know that rules and regulations can differ state to state and country to country, so the more we know the better! MY FREE WORKBOOKS: Self-Harm workbook http://goo.gl/N7LtwU Eating Disorder workbook http://goo.gl/DjOmkC #katiFAQ -- Wondering if I have answered a question like yours? Easy search my #katiFAQ (partial list): http://goo.gl/1ECSlO MY VIDEO SCHEDULE: On Monday & Thursday I release a new video! Monday - New mental health topic Thursday -Something different! (q&a's, guests, mental health in the news, etc) My PO Box: 1223 Wilshire Blvd. #665 Santa Monica, CA 90403 OTHER: My Website: http://www.katimorton.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/katimorton Tumblr: http://www.katimorton.tumblr.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 Companies Only: If you are interested in me reviewing a mental health facility, you may contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/G0ze/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Mitchell Davis talks Agoraphobia, OCD & Panic Attacks | On The Couch Ep. 3 with Kati Morton" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra8gUzMUuXY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 18762 Kati Morton
According to former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher, stigma is the most formidable obstacle to future progress in the arena of mental illness and mental health. Learn about best practices for integrative care with special guest, Dr. David Satcher, primary care doctors who work inside and outside of Behavioral Health Care Systems, and consumers talking about key issues and solutions they’ve experienced in service delivery to individuals with mental health conditions including: stigmatizing beliefs, attitudes and behaviors that, in part, result in a disparity of health care delivery and ultimately health outcomes, and effective strategies for supporting the total health of patients.
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John Oliver explains how our national system of treating mental health works, or more often than not, how it doesn’t. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.com/user/LastWeekTonight Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: http://Facebook.com/LastWeekTonight Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: http://Twitter.com/LastWeekTonight Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once: http://www.hbo.com/lastweektonight
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This short and poignant film traces the story of Elizabeth, a gifted and highly qualified candidate attending a job interview. All appears to be going swimmingly, until the conversation turns towards the subject of mental illness. While this film is a work of fiction, research indicates that it represents a reality played out daily.
Views: 106 RADAR Mental Health
People affected by mental illness often don't get the support they need at work. It doesn't have to be like this. Learn how employers can ensure they are best-placed to offer support that helps the person affected and everyone in the workplace.
Views: 8818 SANE Australia
New Milestones Foundation presents Bridging the Gap for Children with Mental Illness. New Milestones serves the youth in the Austin community by providing resources and services to those with mental illness. They partner with Austin Travis County Integral Care to provide counseling, parent coaching, community-based activities, employment skills and training, mentoring, and referrals to other resources. Join New Milestones' cause in aiding the youth with mental illness.
Views: 132 Bobby Hammelman
The President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health endorses evidence-based supported employment as a way to assist people with serious mental illness lead productive work lives. This presentation focuses on individualized job supports and ways to develop the employer relationship. https://rrtc.vcu.edu/
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By Maryann Davis, Ph.D. This webcast described research on characteristics of youth and young adults with psychiatric disabilities related to establishing successful adult work lives. The evidence base for various employment supports and strategies are reviewed. Tips for how to support peer worker positions, such as peer mentors or coaches, were described. https://rrtc.vcu.edu/
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We recognise the issues concerning mental ill-health in the workplace. There can be a serious cost – to both employers and employees – in terms of absenteeism, sick pay, temporary replacement staff, lost revenue and disruption. We are leading the way in providing solutions which meet the complex needs of both employers and employees by developing strategies and resources to enable businesses to take preventative steps and to minimise the impact of mental ill-health on their business. - See more at: http://www.dcemploymentsolicitors.co.uk/about/mental-ill-health/
Views: 102 DC Employment Solicitors
Americans with disabilities are nearly twice as likely to be self-employed than people without. How are disability-owned businesses becoming more recognized at both local and federal levels? Robert Traynham and Jill Houghton of the U.S. Business Leadership Network discuss. Visit the USBLN on the web at www.usbln.org.
Views: 1539 Comcast Newsmakers
Jeff Hinds, President of Premier Physician Agency recommends putting an asterisk on your work history to denote a work gap due to illness.
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The truth is, it can be EXTREMELY difficult for someone with a disability, particularly one with a developmental disability, to find competitive employment. Santa Perez shares her words of wisdom on the subject that is near and dear to her heart. Santa's message is part of a public awareness campaign called "Share the Dream" and a larger video collection of stories called, "Hear Me! People with Developmental Disabilities Speak Out" (https://youtu.be/FLthNFGjne8). Help us "Share the Dream" by liking this video and sharing it with your community so we can all increase the awareness of what it is like to live with a developmental disability! This is a co-production of the Nevada Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities and Mindful Media Services. www.nevadaddcouncil.org www.mindfulmediaservices.com
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Only 1 in 4 people with a mental illness or phobia lasting for 12 months or more are in work according to research published by the TUC to coincide with its Disabled Workers’ Conference 2017. The research shows that mental health problems are a barrier to getting into work or staying in work because adequate adjustments are not being made in the workplace. Significant government and employer action is therefore needed to address the employment gap between disabled and non-disabled people. Read more: http://touchstoneblog.org.uk/…/mind-gap-impact-mental-heal…/ #TUCDisability
Views: 32 Trades Union Congress (TUC)
What is the definition of disability? A disabled person is defined as someone with a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ effect on their ability to do normal daily activities (Equality Act 2010). What are the benefits of employing disabled people? There are nearly 7 million people of working age in the UK with a disability or have a health condition. Historically there has been a significant gap between the proportion of disabled people employed compared with non-disabled people. Encouraging applications for people with a disability is good for business. It can help you to: • increase the number of high-quality applicants available • create a workforce that reflects the diverse range of customers it serves and the community in which it is based • bring additional skills to the business The costs of making reasonable adjustments to accommodate disabled employees are often low and there are help and support from other organisations. The benefits of retaining an experienced, skilled employee who has acquired an impairment are usually greater than recruiting and training new staff. What are reasonable adjustments? Employers have a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments to support disabled job applicants and employees. This means ensuring disabled people can overcome any substantial disadvantages they may have to do their jobs and progressing in work (Equality Act 2010). Expert employment solicitor Robert Rocker explains and answers some questions about disability discrimination and what is classed as a disability? Transcript of the video My name is Mark Ferron from Castle Associates and I speak to employment law experts across the country and in this short video I am speaking to employment law expert and solicitor Robert Rocker about disability discrimination Is it easy to prove disability discrimination in the workplace? To prove disability discrimination an employee has to show that they have a disability and that that disability impacts on their day-to-day activities. They also have to show that the employer was made aware of the disability and that the employer failed to make reasonable adjustments. How is a disability identified or assessed? A disability has to be a mental or physical disability that is substantial and it had long-term effect and impacts on your day-to-day activities. Now, this can be proved to your employer by the production of medical records, sometimes employers would want to do occupational health investigations. Those are the ways that you would seek to establish that you've got a disability. Thank you for watching I really hope you enjoyed this short video and if you did enjoy it please like and share. And we put new videos out every week so if you haven't subscribed already what are you waiting for? And if you have any questions or ideas for new topics then please leave a comment below, thanks again for watching Ask the Expert Robert Rocker: https://castleassociates.org.uk/ask-t... Join us: Facebook: http://facebook.com/castleassociates Twitter: http://twitter.com/castleassociate Website: https://castleassociates.org.uk For free employment law advice call: 0333 772 0611
Views: 1275 Castle Associates
http://suitability.org.uk Disability and Employment is the focus at the Suitability 2013 event in Sutton, Surrey. There will be exhibitors and expert speakers to help employers understand what it means to employ someone with a disability. Here are the questions that Laura from Suitability 2013 answered in this Google + hangout. What was the idea behind the SuitAbility Event? • Bridge Gap between Disability and Employment • Employers to see Benefits • people with a disability to see how to be appealing candidate • Supporters of disabled people to find out what employers want. Who should attend SuitAbility? • Employers because • people with a disability because • hr because • pa's because • H & SC staff because What can visitors expect? • Seminars • Advice & Guidance • Boccia • Free training • Business Mentors • Networking • Bridge the gap between disability and employment! The Disability and Employment Event is to be held on the 28th March 2013 at the following address: Sutton Life Centre 24 Alcorn Close Sutton Surrey SM3 9PX Tel:020 8644 9696
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Insurance companies won't cover mental health treatment unless you have a serious psychological diagnosis. Having that diagnosis in your health care records can cause problems related to employment, legal disputes, obtaining other insurance in the future and other areas of life. Licensed marriage and family therapist Renee Haas discusses these and other issues related to using your health insurance for mental health care.
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On January 12, 2015, Virginia launched the Governor’s Access Plan (GAP). GAP is a program to integrate primary and behavioral health services and care coordination for Virginia’s uninsured with serious mental illness (SMI). Other key benefits include diagnostic, and laboratory services, as well as coverage for prescriptions. This benefit will provide access to care and treatment to many Virginians with SMI. http://www.coverva.org/gap.cfm To get GAP benefits, you must meet ALL of the following : • Adult age 21 through 64 years old • U.S. Citizen or lawfully residing immigrant; • No health insurance, including Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP/FAMIS), Medicare, or TriCare; Board #10 To get GAP benefits, you must meet ALL of the following : • Resident of Virginia; • Household income that is below 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) (about $11,670 per year for a single adult); • Not residing in a long term care facility, mental health facility, or penal institution; and • Screened and meet the criteria for GAP Serious Mental Illness
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Dr Allison Milner discusses her research into how work impacts our health and well-being. Her research focuses on the relationship between gender and employment as well as gender and mental health. Allison is a Research Fellow in Social Epidemiology in the Gender and Women’s Health Unit at the Centre for Health Equity, at the University of Melbourne. Interviewed on 4 October 2017. www.unimelb.edu.au
Views: 225 The University of Melbourne
If you've got to the stage where your health permits you to seek out work, then this video contains some helpful guidance on how to frame your ill-health. Useful Links: http://www.theguardian.com/careers/careers-blog/disclosing-illness-to-employer http://www.reed.co.uk/career-advice/blog/2013/march/how-to-explain-a-gap-in-your-cv http://www.irishjobs.ie/careeradvice/writing-a-cv-if-you-have-been-long-term-unemployed-or-on-long-term-sick-leave/ http://www.michaelpage.co.uk/career-centre/cover-letter-and-cv-advice/how-to-explain-gaps-in-employment-on-your-cv Resources to benefit recovery and discovery of life during and after chronic ill health. I really hope you enjoy watching the videos and that they can help you or someone you know. I would love to hear from you if you have anything you would like to say. How to get in touch: YouTube - http://t.co/CGZBkZnWU2 Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/Recovering_Life Blog - http://yourlifeinrecovery.blogspot.co.uk/ Email - email@example.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Recovering.Life
Views: 189 Life In Recovery
For over 40 years, Coast Mental Health has helped bridge the gap between diagnosis and recovery for individuals with significant mental health challenges. Coast Mental Health believes in lasting recovery through 3 pillars of support: Housing, Support Services and Employment & Education. In 2016, Coast Mental Health helped nearly 4,000 clients on their road to recovery.
Views: 72 The Courage To Come Back Awards
Unemployed? You may find that you are struggling with feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, and shame. Remember you are not alone and help is available. Dr. B provides psychologically-informed tips to help you make it through!
Views: 570 DrJennyBaumgartner
Apologies for the poor quality hopefully you guys can still feel what I'm saying Hey guys welcome to my channel where I'll be spreading awareness about mental health through informative videos, sharing my experiences, spoken words and more. Transparency is purposely baring our soul to the world, the people close to us or just to ourselves by being open and understanding about our true self and feelings, even the negative parts. Most of us hide behind a mask because we might be scared or ashamed of who we really are but hiding behind a mask holds us back from healing the parts of ourselves that we're most afraid of. I'm taking part in creating a world where we're all transparent with eachother and full of love, where we won't have to raise kids who have to recover from their childhood and people treat eachother with understanding and compassion not because we have to but because we want to and I hope that after watching these videos you'll want to take part aswell. I believe that as humans we're all connected in a way we might not be able to understand and we're all capable of reaching our full potential as individuals and as a species, with the help of each other. There's alot of people who are full of hate in this world for various reasons but I honestly believe that if they're shown a different way they will want to be different. There's so much better to come for our world *DISCLAIMER* I'm not an expert on human behaviour and I'll never be an expert. I don't have the answer to all your questions and I can't rescue you. I believe we're all capable of understanding ourselves, being independent and making the right choices for ourselves and we find the strength to do all these things within ourselves and the only person who is an expert on you is YOU! My content includes information that has helped me on my journey to recovery, although about 90% of my content is researched knowledge I do give my personal opinions from time to time, I'm currently working towards becoming a qualified counsellor/therapist so my opinions aren't professional. As I do not have qualifications yet I can't give professional guidance but I encourage everyone to form their own personal opinions aswell based on the scientific knowledge given in these videos Enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org www.OliviaFleur.com instagram: Transparencyyyy Useful links www.drugrehab.com http://www.moodjuice.scot.nhs.uk Surrey Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services - www.surrey-camhs.org.uk Scottish Association for Mental Health - www.samh.org.uk SAMH is Scotland's leading charity for mental health. The Royal College of Psychiatrists - www.rcpsych.ac.uk E-mental Health - www.emental-health.com A provider of online counselling and treatment for addiction and mental health related issues. MIND - www.mind.org.uk Mind is a mental health charity which provides help and support to those with mental health problems. Rethink - www.rethink.org Rethink give advice and information on mental illness and are the largest national voluntary sector provider of mental health services and support groups. YoungMinds - www.youngminds.org.uk YoungMinds is a mental health charity for children and young people, their families and carers. Making Space for mental health guides - www.makingspace.co.uk Publications from Making Space, who provide care services to assist with the wellbeing of people affected by mental ill health, dementia or learning disabilities. Mental Health Care - www.mentalhealthcare.org.uk This website contains information about psychosis and was designed for family members and friends of people who have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or another illness that may result in the symptoms of psychosis. Mental Health Foundation - www.mentalhealth.org.uk The Mental Health Foundation is a mental health research, policy and service improvement charity. The foundation carries out research, develops practical solutions for better mental health services, campaigns to reduce stigma and discrimination and promotes better mental health for all. Centre for evidence-based Mental Health - www.cebmh.com Research and education for mental health professionals. Centre for Mental Health - www.scmh.org.uk Centre for Mental Health focuses on criminal justice, employment, mental health at work, recovery and children, with supporting work on broader mental health and public policy. National Institute of Mental Health in England - www.nimh.nih.gov Search for information about diagnoses and find out about reasearch and funding for mental health projects. Borderline Personality Disorder Resource - http://bpdresourcecenter.org/ A resource centre provided by the University Hospital of Colombia and Cornell, explaining the symptoms and treatment of those with BPD.
Views: 56 Transparency
Watch Alison as she talks about her challenges around mental health stigma, and how volunteering at Seagulls in Leeds has helped.
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If you're unemployed and feeling depressed or know someone who is, share this depression storytime to give someone some hope. This is a story about how my depression had me at a point of being suicidal, and I managed to push through. __ Need to talk about your addiction, anxiety, depression or any mental illness? Chat with a licensed professional therapist online, use the link to start your journey NOW https://tryonlinetherapy.com/rewiredsoul This is an affordable online therapy website where you can choose what therapist you talk to depending on your problems. It's unlike any other therapy as YOU can decide what time you have your sessions, how you have them, where you have them and it's more affordable than your typical therapist! By using this referral link, you support the channel! ___ Follow me on social media: http://facebook.com/TheRewireChannel @TheRewiredSoul on Twitter and Instagram Join my mailing list: http://eepurl.com/cNH-7r Pick up a copy of my book about overcoming mental illness here: http://amzn.to/2rEXiWi Check out my blog here: http://www.therewiredsoul.com/blog/ The Rewired Soul is an online service helping those dealing with issues of the mind. Chris and his mother Dr. Carrie Randazzo offer courses as well as individual sessions. Visit us at www.TheRewiredSoul.com
Views: 1352 The Rewired Soul
Researchers from Tranzo at Tilburg University in the Netherlands conducted research into the return to work process for employees who have been on sickness absence because of common mental disorders (CMDs). The IOSH-funded study focused on common issues such as anxiety, depression, stress and adjustment disorders. It was split into two parts: one with mental health and occupational health professionals, general practitioners and managers; the other with the workers themselves. While the research was conducted in the context of the Dutch social security system, UK-based occupational health and medicine professionals have recognised many findings. These findings show workers need help gaining self-awareness and regaining control, while the knowledge and skills of their supervisors should be strengthened. Personalised return-to-work plans involving good communication and assessment of each worker’s values, views and needs can also be helpful. For more details on the study, visit http://www.iosh.co.uk/rtwmentalhealth
Views: 1024 IOSHchannel
The objective of this program was to promote volunteerism across the ages and with youth. The goals of this program were achieved by reducing the stigma of aging amongst and break down the barriers of the youth and old alike. To promote Intergenerational activities that increase social inclusion. to foster communication between generations and cultures, by working collaboratively in sharing their experiences and skills through workshops and interactive activities. The initiative addressed the complexities of connecting seniors including the generation of "baby boomers" and the next generation with youth, who are at risk of developing mental health issues. The diverse groups shared their experiences of mental health, stereotypes and discrimination. This program is a testament to bridging the gap between seniors, adults and youth. In dedication to and the memory of the late Barbara Power. Produced by Ledbetter Films for the Canadian Mental Health Association, Kingston Branch.
Views: 228 Brenda Miller
Mental Health CEO Frank Quinlan outlines the five measures for mental health that political parties should adopt this 2016 election.
Views: 58 Mental Health Australia
This talk was at the Ian Martin Group during mental health awareness week 2018. Read more about the story here - https://startswithme.ca/workplace-mentalhealth-blog/ Last week, I had the honour of speaking to employees at the Ian Martin Group. When contacted by the community manager Kate Masson, it was clear they valued their employee relationships. When delivering workplace mental health talks, presentations, and workshops, I’m asked to share my story along with a general outline of what mental health, illness, addiction, and recovery mean and what they look like in people’s lives. In working with the Ian Martin Group, it would be a little different. The CEO Tim and an employee Carla shared the story of how they connected over a conversation about mental health. It was an inspiring story, one we rarely hear, and one that is living proof of advocacy and action. “We create spaces for conversations about mental health that change lives” Check out our Workplace Mental Health Services here - startswithme.ca/workplace Starts With Me is a company of ‘Peers’ leading a post-institutional mental health care movement. We create platforms to support gaps in education and services along with empowering families and individuals to increase their capacity for well-being. To achieve this goal, we do presentations, talks, workshops, and host monthly events. We deliver these in the workplace, schools, community organizations, and we hold the annual State Of Mind Festival to celebrate our work throughout the year. https://stateofmindfestival.com Peace Please Follow and Support our Work Subscribe YouTube https://goo.gl/P4L9hH Web - https://startswithme.ca Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/startswithmementalhealth/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/startswithme_/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/StartsWithMe_ Help spread the Starts With Me Message - PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/startswithme Self-Authoring Suite - Affiliate Seller - https://wp.me/P5J9wp-Tx Questions - email@example.com OUR PLAYLISTS Am I addicted to Weed? https://goo.gl/fpzfqY Mental Health in Schools https://goo.gl/WpJWQK How to Strengthen your Mental Health & Well-Being https://goo.gl/5EVUot RESOURCES Starts With Me Mental Health Resources - https://startswithme.ca/resources Kids Help Phone www.kidshelpphone.ca/teens Mind Your Mind www.mindyourmind.ca Teen Mental Health www.teenmentalhealth.org Mind Check www.mindcheck.ca Good to talk www.good2talk.ca Here to Help www.heretohelp.bc.ca Time to Change www.time-to-change.org.uk Centre for Addiction and Mental Health www.camh.ca Mood Disorders Association of Ontario https://www.mooddisorders.ca/ Mood Disorders Association of Canada http://www.mooddisorderscanada.ca/ Mental Health Commission of Canada http://www.mentalhealthcommission.ca/... If you are in crisis - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_lines
Views: 21 Starts With Me [Mental Health]
Several workers at a mental health facility in Livonia are facing a slew of charges for allegedly abusing three patients earlier this year. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worth has charged 30-year-old Kyle Jackson, 57-year-old Wynton Dixon, Thomas May and 26-year-old Demetris Hunt with abuse. They allegedly assaulted three male patients, a 26-year-old from Redford, a 48-year-old from Romulus and a 51-year-old from Dearborn Heights, all of whom were mental health patients at Livonia COPE (Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies.)
Views: 839 WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
How can we be more effective in supporting people with mental health issues to return to or stay in work? Recently, a number of general practices in New Zealand partnered with Workwise (www.workwise.org.nz) to deliver integrated employment support services to people experiencing common mental health issues. Our formative evaluation of the programme found these types of integrated services are not only feasible but have considerable benefits for patients and GPs. Visit www.tepou.co.nz/ebse to find out more.
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The Center on KTDRR at the American Institutes for Research supports webcasts and a Community of Practice that examine issues and challenges around evidence-based practice and vocational rehabilitation (VR). This is the ninth webcast in a series tof webcasts that examines the links between VR research and practice. Here a researcher, Dr. Marsha Ellison, and a VR practitioner, Ms. Sandra Miller, discuss career pathways strategies that support the employment of youth with mental health conditions. The webcast follows the thread of the relationship between research and practice as it relates to supporting individuals with disabilities returning to work. The webcast organizers do not mean to endorse a specific intervention as an appropriate approach for VR, but rather to explore how research has been conducted and applied, through training, to inform VR practices. For more information, please visit: http://ktdrr.org/training/webcasts/webcast31/index.html
Views: 502 KTDRR and KTER
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Entrepreneur Charlie Halll illuminates us on what it means to be disabled, what it means to be different. And concludes, "It's not what we can or can't do on the outside, it's about what we can or can't do on the inside." Charlie Hall is a glassware entrepreneur living in San Miguel de Allende. Charlie was born with Moebius Syndrome, a rare congenital condition that left him with some facial paralysis and arms that end at his elbows. Charlie is himself dedicated to giving disabled individuals an opportunity to express their creativity. He established his glassware manufacture in San Miguel de Allende with the express point of hiring and training persons with disabilities. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 3484 TEDx Talks
Managing mental health issues in the workplace; an introductory overview for employers is presented by organisational psychologist Dr Peter Cotton. Based on his most recent research, the presentation
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The unemployment rate for people with a disability is more than double than for those without. Even though the law bars such discrimination, it can be difficult for these Americans to get hired. But that’s not the full story: Some employers are seeing how the special abilities of workers on the autism spectrum can boost their bottom lines. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
Views: 7223 PBS NewsHour
Keep your golf club shooting straight with more HR tips & Advice. Download our free guide here: http://www.golfhr.co.uk/free-guide “The 7 COSTLY Management Mistakes That Successful Golf Clubs AVOID” In this video of a workshop with managers from UK golf clubs, Carolyne Wahlen from Golf HR asks: what does UK employment law define as a disability? As an employer, you need to know what constitutes as a disability and what constitutes as an illness, but it's not always easy to differentiate between the two. In short, a disability is an impairment – either physical or mental - which has a significant and lasting adverse effect on an employee's ability to do everyday activities. As Carolyne points out in this video, certain unexpected afflictions might fall under this definition while others might not. Make sure you and your golf club are fighting fit, healthy and under par with the help of Golf HR - the UK's leading HR service provider for golf clubs. Call today for a free HR audit & 18 minute meeting on 01491 693 385.
Views: 100 Golf HR
Learning System under it's Cinema for a Cause initiative in Association with Turning Point presents ROAD 2 RECOVERY Employment.....Engagement.....Enterprise Research & Script Ishita Sanyal Shot & Directed by Abhishek Ganguli Ishita Sanyal Film in English & Bengali Duration: 16 Mins Employment is an important part of Social Acceptance,& integration in to community & gives individuals a sense of purpose, self esteem & Self worth .For people living with mental illness, work can be a critical factor that helps to promote health, recovery, and social inclusion. Even after treatment if the recovered person remains confined in his own house because of lack of opportunities available in the society the chances of relapses become frequent & may lead to frequent hospitalization & desertion of MI person by the family. They become a burden to the society. Family members of the affected individual do not get opportunities for future development of these affected individual . These people need an environment for growth, skills development & a suitable job , self employment or entrepreneurship. -People with Serious Mental illness can Work. It is not the inability to work, but rather attitudinal barriers, service gaps, and service system barriers that make it difficult for individuals with serious mental illness to maintain employment. But this is not the end of the road….these situations can be changed if we look at it differently. The Film ROAD 2 RECOVERY Explores 4 Case Studies of Falguni; Gourav;Prakash & Rajiv…all who were suffering from mental illness have bounced back to leading a normal life through employment, empowerment and entrepreneurship opportunities. The Film was ceremoniously launched at the Birla Industrial & Technological Museum by its Director Mr. Islam at the OPEN THE DOORS Event as on 30th January’2017 in front of an elite audience.
Views: 292 Abhishek Ganguli
"Privilege is complex..." Check out more awesome BuzzFeedYellow videos! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedyellow MUSIC Could You Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. SFX provided by Audioblocks. (https://www.Audioblocks.com) Footage provided by VideoBlocks http://vblocks.co/x/BuzzFeedYouTube Made by BFMP www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam + Marquita Thomas www.facebook.com/marquitathomas www.twitter.com/MarquitaThomas Chris Coleman SOURCES http://www.lakeland.cc.il.us/cm/diversity/content/documents/Classroom_Activity_Privilege_Walk.pdf http://www.albany.edu/ssw/efc/pdf/Module%205_1_Privilege%20Walk%20Activity.pdf http://www.life.arizona.edu/docs/social-justice/privilege-walk---race.pdf?sfvrsn=2 https://books.google.com/books?id=LDPScEFOqZ4C&pg=PA155&lpg=PA155&dq=origins+of+privilege+walk&source=bl&ots=FQlSdaIOia&sig=p4pBq72-u_vP3hAVnN2j6wuFBUE&hl=en&sa=X&ei=pvSRVYaCD4qiyQTs_6WoCA&ved=0CB4Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=origins%20of%20privilege%20walk&f=false Questions: If your parents worked nights and weekends to support your family, take one step back. If you are able to move through the world without fear of sexual assault, take one step forward. If you can show affection for your romantic partner in public without fear of ridicule or violence, take one step forward. If you have ever been diagnosed as having a physical or mental illness/disability, take one step back. If the primary language spoken in your household growing up was not english, take one step back. If you came from a supportive family environment take one step forward. If you have ever tried to change your speech or mannerisms to gain credibility, take one step back. If you can go anywhere in the country, and easily find the kinds of hair products you need and/or cosmetics that match your skin color, take one step forward. If you were embarrassed about your clothes or house while growing up, take one step back. If you can make mistakes and not have people attribute your behavior to flaws in your racial/gender group, take one step forward. If you can legally marry the person you love, regardless of where you live, take one step forward. If you were born in the United States, take one step forward. If you or your parents have ever gone through a divorce, take one step back. If you felt like you had adequate access to healthy food growing up, take one step forward If you are reasonably sure you would be hired for a job based on your ability and qualifications, take one step forward. If you would never think twice about calling the police when trouble occurs, take one step forward. If you can see a doctor whenever you feel the need, take one step forward. If you feel comfortable being emotionally expressive/open, take one step forward. If you have ever been the only person of your race/gender/socio-economic status/ sexual orientation in a classroom or workplace setting, please take one step back. If you took out loans for your education take one step backward. If you get time off for your religious holidays, take one step forward. If you had a job during your high school and college years, take one step back. If you feel comfortable walking home alone at night, take one step forward. If you have ever traveled outside the United States, take one step forward. If you have ever felt like there was NOT adequate or accurate representation of your racial group, sexual orientation group, gender group, and/or disability group in the media, take one step back. If you feel confident that your parents would be able to financially help/support you if you were going through a financial hardship, take one step forward. If you have ever been bullied or made fun of based on something that you can’t change, take one step back. If there were more than 50 books in your house growing up, take one step forward. If you studied the culture or the history of your ancestors in elementary school take one step forward. If your parents or guardians attended college, take one step forward. If you ever went on a family vacation, take one step forward. If you can buy new clothes or go out to dinner when you want to, take one step forward. If you were ever offered a job because of your association with a friend or family member, take one step forward. If one of your parents was ever laid off or unemployed not by choice, take one step back. If you were ever uncomfortable about a joke or a statement you overheard related to your race, ethnicity, gender, appearance, or sexual orientation but felt unsafe to confront the situation, take one step back. GET MORE BUZZFEED www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam www.facebook.com/buzzfeedvideo www.instagram.com/buzzfeedvideo www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet BUZZFEED YELLOW More fun, inspiring, interesting videos from the BuzzFeed crew. New videos posted daily! Subscribe for more BuzzFeedYellow! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedyellow
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Senator Rachel Siewert speaks about the importance of a comprehensive approach to mental health treatment in Australia. Senator Siewert chaired the Community Affairs Reference Committee which released 'The Hidden Toll: Suicide In Australia' earlier this year.
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The Village in Long Beach is a branch of Mental Health America of Los Angeles. The Village operates as a supportive service HUB for people living with mental illness and seeking to define their personhood more broadly than just the term "patient." The Village is place where people can come to help build relationships, skills, and resources for living healthy, happy lives in the community at large. Whether they need housing, financial planning, employment, relationship building, medicinal care, psychiatric assistance, or supportive allies, Mental Health America of Los Angeles is there to assist people living with mental illness. To donate to MHALA visit: http://www.mhala.org/donation-options.htm
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We heard from Liz Ruck (Mental Health Australia) and Tina Ruck (MHCC) on the future of NDIS for People with Mental Illness and their Families
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Mental illness can affect anyone. It's the stigmas about it that segregate and divide us. Mental illness doesn't discriminate, so why should we? JOIN THE NOSTIGMAS NETWORK: NoStigmas.org The NoStigmas Network is a place for you to be yourself and connect with like minded people about what mental health is really like. No matter where you’re at, there’s a spot for you here! By connecting to The NoStigmas Network, you can learn how to be a NoStigmas Advocate and become empowered to find support, share your voice, plan local activities and participate in global activism. Our hope is to build a network of compassionate, educated and inspired individuals that share a common goal of eliminating stigmas about mental health. We believe that anyone can find a way to include these values in their everyday life and create a ripple effect that brings awareness to mental illness and help prevent suicide. Why join the network? IT'S FREE! - Access to Peer Group & Events - Content delivered to your inbox - Free stuff, like stickers :) - Awareness tools and fundraising page - Drawings for gear & gift certificates - Access to e-learning courses OUR CORE VALUES By becoming a part of the community, you agree to uphold our core values of personal responsibility, community and advocacy. - Every person has a responsibility for their own mental health. - No one should feel alone in their mental health journey. - A person is not defined by their diagnosis and should be treated as an individual. - It's important to speak up when you need support or see someone who does. - Non-stigmatizing, respectful language is essential in communicating about mental health. - Everyone deserves equal access to the care they need.
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Closing the Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Gap through Policy WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2015 Noon – 1:30 p.m. Public Seminar in Sheldon Hall (W1214) Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 615 N. Wolfe Street Baltimore, MD 21205-2179 Participants include: Kathryn Farinholt, Executive Director, National Alliance of Mental Illness Maryland Richard Frank, Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health and Human Services Steven Sharfstein, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sheppard Pratt Health System Henry J. Steadman, President, Policy Research Associates Congressman Henry A. Waxman, Centennial Policy Scholar Colleen Barry, Co-Director, Hopkins Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research Elizabeth Stuart, Co-Director, Hopkins Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research Other seminar titles for the remainder of the fall include: HIV: Constructing and Evaluating Public Policies to Achieve an End of HIV/AIDS in the United States November 18, time TBC in Sheldon Hall (W1214) Tobacco Policy December 16, time TBC Feinstone Hall (E2030) For more information, contact Susan Murrow, (410) 955--7624. Note: The Senior Policy Scholar program in the Department of Health Policy and Management invites a former member of the U.S. Congress, cabinet-level official or governor to come to the Bloomberg School of Public Health for a year-long residence to interact with, teach and share their policy experiences with our students, faculty, and others in the Hopkins community. More info at: jhsph.edu/cps
In this episode, the Heart of the Matter tackles the issue of mental illness in Nigeria. Wale Adefarasin discusses with a Senior Resident at the Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital at Yaba, Dr. Gbonju Abiri to help create a healthy understanding of what mental illness entails. The episode also features the story of a young lady's ongoing journey towards recovery from mental illness.
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Each year, an estimated 2 million people suffering from mental illness are booked into county jails. In Kansas City, Missouri, like other places around the country, officials are looking for a better way to get those people the help they need to get back on their feet. John Yang reports in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Find more from PBS NewsHour at https://www.pbs.org/newshour Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/pbsnewshour Follow us on Facebook: http://www.pbs.org/newshour Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/newshour Find us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/newshour Find us on Snapchat: @pbsnews Subscribe to PBS NewsHour podcasts: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/podcasts Subscribe to our email newsletters: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/subscribe
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