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Disability, physical activity and wellbeing

Disability, physical activity and wellbeing

This week’s guest blog - the third in our Measuring Wellbeing series that focuses on improving the wellbeing of people with disabilities - comes from Leanne Wightman, coordinator of the Get Yourself Active project, run by Disability Rights UK. The project...

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Co-production: a key component for wellbeing

Lauren Pennycook is a Senior Policy and Development Officer at the Carnegie UK Trust. Lauren manages the Trust’s Embedding Wellbeing in Northern Ireland project, which seeks to support Community Planning Partnerships to implement a wellbeing outcomes approach.  ...

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Health and money: is wellbeing the common currency?

The UK health budget is almost 10% of national income, rising 3% a year due to ageing and general increases in costs of living. Is our government spending more on our health than we would spend ourselves – or much less? And how much would we be willing to pay if the...

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Why have a Year of Wellbeing in Coventry and Warkwickshire?

This week’s blog comes from John Linnane, Director of Public Health in Warwickshire. He explains why they’ve developed the Year of Wellbeing, and what they hope to achieve in the local area. Throughout my career, I have seen that leaps forward in technology and...

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