KERRY Mental Health Association and Tralee Chamber Alliance will host a Back to Work Webinar on Wednesday 19th May aimed at helping employers and employees to address the worry and anxiety that may be experienced when returning to work after the pandemic.
THE generous nature of Kerry people everywhere was evident once again through the large volume of donations in support of Kerry Mental Health Association’s recent
Friday, April 23rd 2021 is Tie Day Friday when Kerry men, women and children everywhere are asked to wear a tie, post a picture or
PROMINENT Kerry people from the world of sport, theatre, business, education and the media launched Kerry Mental Health Association’s campaign by recording videos to promote the 5 Ways To Wellbeing – Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning & Give. With the support of Mental Health Ireland, the videos can be viewed across Kerry Mental Health Association’s social media platforms and on www.KerryMentalHealth.ie.
This survey was aimed at secondary school students in Kerry who are about to sit their Leaving Certificate this year. The survey intended to find out if the students mental health were in any way affected by the potential changes to this year’s Leaving Certificate due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The survey aimed to examine the potential effects this uncertainty had on a student’s mental health and if they feel supported. The survey also examined the issue of bullying in secondary schools and examined what kind of role social media plays in their lives.
LEAVING Certificate students in Kerry have said that Covid-19 has had a negative impact on their mental health, while increased competition for 3rd Level places in 2021 is causing the most worry.