Staying Well at Work
Staying Well at Work aims to support the health and wellbeing of staff within small and medium sized businesses in Rhondda Cynon Taf. They have a team of physiotherapists, occupational health nurses, counsellors, HR specialist and more who can help support individuals and businesses with a range of wellbeing issues. The support is free of charge.
What problems can they help with?
Staying Well at Work can help individuals who live or work in RCT to return to work after a period of sickness absence.
Their dedicated team can support individuals with Physical limitations/Musculoskeletal issues and Mental Health problems that are affecting their ability to attend work.
They are also able to support people in work who may be suffering with a disability or work-limiting health condition who may be at risk of being absent from work due to ill health.
The service offers free, direct access to professional 1 to 1 support in the following areas:
- Mental Health Coaching
As well as 1 to 1 support the service offers access to group workshops to help address a range of Health and Wellbeing issues.
What problems can’t they help with?
They cannot provide the service to individuals who:
- are unemployed
- are unable to provide proof of their right to live and work in the UK
- are employed by an organisation with 250 staff or more
- neither work nor live in RCT.
If Staying Well at Work are unable to help, they can signpost people to other services that may be more appropriate for them.
How to access the service?
Patients can self-refer without seeing a GP first.
Patients are advised to telephone the Staying Well at Work centre. The center is open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m..
They will be asked to complete a self-referral form prior to attending an appointment. Self-referral forms are available at the GP practice or alternatively can be sent out to them via post or email.
Telephone: 01443 827317
Email: [email protected]
Website: Staying Well at Work