Here at Cygnet, we are incredibly proud of our globally diverse team, all working together to help improve the lives of the people in our care every single day.
We celebrate diversity because different people, with different perspectives make Cygnet a better health and social care provider.
Our service users, residents and young people are incredibly diverse, so we should be too. That’s why we’re working hard to build an inclusive culture where people can be themselves. Whoever they are, wherever they’re from.
A Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group has recently been set up to drive and embed this important element across our workforce and environments.
Below are some signposts to various resources that you may find helpful. This page is a work in progress so please check in here again.
NHS – Every Mind Matters
Cygnet Mental Health First Aiders
Mind – Types of Mental Health Problems
Black History Month
Sickle cell – more black blood donors required
Religion or belief
Annual Pride events
Please refer to our new Menopause Policy in the policy section:www.mycygnet.cygnethealth.co.uk/policies/
and these external sources:
www.menopausematters.co.uk, which provides information about the menopause, menopausal symptoms and treatment options;
The Daisy Network:
www.daisynetwork.org charity, which provides support for women experiencing premature menopause or premature ovarian insufficiency; and
The Menopause Café
www.menopausecafe.net/ which provides information about events where strangers gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss the menopause.
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