Month: July 2017
Social Sense has won a competitive tender to deliver Mindfulness Training across 9 districts in Kent over 4 years.
Working in partnership with leading Mindfulness trainers Breathworks, the contract will see around 1300 school teachers, early help, health, and youth workers being trained to Awareness level with almost 150 moving to Intensive and Train the Trainer levels.
Social Sense has been chosen to lead an exciting new consultation which will give children and young people more influence on shaping future health services in Manchester.
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT), supported by Health Education England working in the North West (HEE NW), has commissioned Social Sense to lead a consultation relating to CHAMP, an established Children’s Health and Monitoring Programme based in Manchester.
Social Sense will be working closely with the University of Salford, who will be supporting the project design and independent evaluation of the 12-month project.
Social Sense’s Change UP programme has been nominated for the 2017 Social Marketing Campaign of the Year Award at the UK Public Sector Communications Awards.
“Change Up;” a pilot social norms project Commissioned by the Salford CCG ‘Joint Health and Wellbeing Innovation Fund’. aiming to promote healthy (non-violent) relationships amongst teenagers in the area. The aim of this peer to peer project was to educate young people about the true norms surrounding healthy relationships and inspire them to display and promote resilience-building values.