Change4Life returns with a new campaign in early 2019 to encourage families to ‘make a swap when you next shop’ to help them cut back on sugar. The campaign shows families how making a few simple swaps to their everyday food and drinks can really make a difference.
The campaign resources can be found here:
Public Health England (PHE) and Disney UK, with support from Sport England have now launched the Change4Life 10 Minute Shake Up campaign to inspire the nation’s children to get more active especially during the school holidays. https://www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-up/shake-ups
Change4Life’s Disney-inspired 10 Minute Shake Up (10MSU) games help children get active for 60 minutes a day with 10-minute bursts of active fun, inspired by their favourite characters and stories from Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4 and Incredibles 2 and Disney’s Frozen and The Lion King.
Currently, just 20% of boys and 14% of girls meet the national recommendation of 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity every day , but simple activities like active play, scooting or walking count too, so by encouraging these, parents can help their children become more active.
Through the 10 Minute Shake Up games, children can develop key physical activity skills including; being strong like Mr Incredible, agile like Simba, or having strong stamina like Elsa.
As well as playing the games, this year the Change4Life website is hosting an online quiz to help children, with their parents, find activities and sports that might be perfect for them to try so that they can continue being active during summer and beyond. By playing 10 Minute Shake Up games, gaining skills and taking the online quiz, the campaign will act as an inspiration and gateway to other physical activities and sports.
Worcestershire have been provided with their own unique URL for to access the change4life website it is as follows http://po.st/WorcestershireCC .
Free resources for the campaign are available from https://campaignresources.phe.gov.uk/resources for those of you who want to support the campaign.
Public Health England is launching a major new mental health campaign, called Every Mind Matters, on 7th October 2019.
Ask Your Pharmacist (AYP) Week is the flagship annual public awareness campaign for community pharmacies across the UK. AYP Week is 11-18 November.
This year we will be emphasising the suitability of pharmacists as providers of clinical advice and the suitability of community pharmacies as a setting for such advice.
Download your digital resources from the NPA here:
Self Care Week is an annual national awareness week that focuses on embedding support for self care across communities, families and generations.
PHE has released a number of digital and printable resources to promote awareness of the Wuhan novel coronavirus: