Using Anomaly screens to promote various subjects is always encouraged at Anomaly. The ability to push out any content with the click of a button makes this task very easy. In this blog post, we’re talking about the content we have related to mental health. With the exam period in full flow, it can be difficult to keep control of your mental health and keep a positive outlook on life.
National Autistic Society
In addition to our content regarding mental health awareness, we will be pushing out content on behalf of the National Autistic Society. The content will show on our screens very soon.
Chrystyna Chymera, Marketing Manager at the National Autistic Society said: “For autistic children, school can be the source of huge anxiety. The lights, the chatter, the hundreds of faces, the smells of the dining hall, the instructions – it can all be too much information. It’s vital that schools, pupils and parents all understand autism so that autistic children can get the best out of their education. We hope that by raising awareness of autism, the challenges it can present to autistic children and what The National Autistic Society does we will help more people to understand autism and make a huge difference to the lives of autistic children and their families.”
We’re really excited at Anomaly to be working with the National Autistic Society and can’t wait help them raise awareness about autism – keep an eye out for content over the next few months!
Five steps to mental wellbeing
We’ve been producing content through the month of May which aims to help students, pupils and parents keep in charge of their mental health. With countless numbers of blog posts, make sure you keep up to date with content from Anomaly. We have created content based off of the five steps to mental wellbeing as demonstrated on the NHS website. The content is split into five parts:
Connect – Anomaly encourages people to connect with others who make them happy. Whether it be your friends, family, colleague and neighbours.
Be active – increasing your activity levels can be key to improving your mental wellbeing. The NHS have provided a whole section on their website which talks about reducing stress, anxiety and depression.
Keep learning – learning new skills can give you a sense of achievement and a new confidence.
To read more about the content we will be pushing out, you can take a look to a full list of the top tips on the NHS website.
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