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My experience at Cygnet Delfryn House

A service user at Cygnet Delfryn House has been working with his Occupational Therapist (OT), Rebecca Boothby, to reflect on how far he has come on his own personal journey. This is his account when discussing his time at Cygnet Delfryn House, the professionals he has worked with and what advice he would give to other individuals coming into hospital

Five tips for dealing with stress

This week marks the start of Stress Awareness Month. In this co-produced blog Dr Seb Thompson, Cygnet’s National Psychology Lead for CAMHS, looks at some of the effects of stress, and Amber, one of the young people at Cygnet Hospital Sheffield gives her top five tips for dealing with stress.

How to observe Transgender Day of Visibility

In this blog Aaron Bergin, co-chair of Cygnet's LGBTQ+ Network, writes about some of the simple things we can all do to raise awareness and gain understanding of the trans and non-binary community.

Informing and Supporting Family and Friends at Cygnet Hospital Beckton

In this blog Jennifer Beal, Head of Occupational Therapy at Cygnet Hospital Beckton, writes about how the hospital's approach to involving family, relatives and friends has changed over the years from a traditional 'doing to' approach towards a more inclusive 'doing with' approach in order to provide information, resources and meetings that people want, need and deserve.

The Importance of Family and Friends in Residential Care

In our latest blog Laura Storey, Registered Manager at Outwood our residential service in Horsforth, writes about the importance of family, friends and external carers, how the team helped residents keep in touch with their loved ones during the pandemic and the essential input family members have in care planning.