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Working hand in hand with Cruse Bereavement Support, Civil Servants Charity, and NHS Guys and St Thomas’ to address widespread grief crisis Death is painful, unbelievably painful, no matter what the circumstances, however Covid has taken this pain to an extreme. The inability to see our dying loved ones in person, to say goodbye and […]
Over the last 18 months it has become even more apparent than ever the role employers can take in wellbeing strategies. These days HR professionals need to do more than contracts and reviews; they can also be a holistic resource for ensuring that their people thrive at work. Despite a growing prevalence of mental health […]
Immediate, round the clock support now available to all (LONDON, September 2021) We often hear that technology and screen time are playing havoc with our mental health. But now innovative solutions available via our phones can actually help us with common issues such as anxiety, grief and lack of self compassion, when delivered in the […]
Thoughtful and sensitively designed to support the bereaved in time of loss (London, June 2021) – Grief will inevitably touch us all – and can have a significant impact on our mental health, if not processed healthily. Yet it’s something we don’t tend to talk about. But with the recent pandemic, grief is coming into […]
Our friends at Leeds Building Society, advocates of the me@mybest app, have been shortlisted for a Personnel Today Award in recognition of the hard work they’ve done around Health and Wellbeing.
We were delighted to walk away with an award at the recent TechTalk@MadWorld Awards at the Mad World Summit, where our CTO and Co-founder Dr George MacKerron presented to a panel of experts.
Thanks to this pioneering initiative which brings together innovators, businesses and civil society, we’ve received a £20k grant giving us the opportunity to make our mobile app bigger and better and improve the wellbeing of workers most at risk.