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Police Mutual Wellbeing Guides – May

By DPF Admin4th May 2022General DPF News, Latest News

Mental health problems can affect anyone, any time of the year, but mental health awareness week is a great time to show your support for better mental health and looking after your own wellbeing. For more details click here.

Every year, people around the country use Dying Matters Awareness Week as a moment to encourage all communities to get talking in whatever way, shape or form works for them. The awareness week is organised by Hospice UK, who’s mission is to help people to talk about dying and grief, and plan for the end of life. For more information click here.

It’s important that we all know what it means for us and our loved ones to be in a good place to die – physically, emotionally, financially, spiritually, and crucially, with the right care and support.

 

Dementia Action Week run by the Alzheimer’s Society is an awareness week to encourage people to ‘act on dementia’. This year’s theme is diagnosis. For more details click here.

Whatever stage of your life that you are in, it’s important to understand and look after your physical and mental health. You may be preparing for pregnancy, going through the menopause or looking for answers to a general health query. Click here to view this months guide.

Buying your first home may feel overwhelming especially when the average cost of a first-time buyer home in the UK according to Zoopla was £220,000 in 2019. With a deposit needed of 5% to 20%, this is a considerable amount to save.

In order to get a good mortgage deal with low interest rates, you often need a big deposit. If you are struggling to know where to start this guide could help you make your home buying dream into a reality. Please click here to view the guide to saving for your first home.

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