12
Aug

Online Workplace Programme

    We are moving online!   See Change are delighted to announce that we are moving our Workplace Programme online. Launching in September 2020, the online programme will include a series of 3 workshop webinars, along with supplementary resources and activities for your organisation. If you are interested in signing your organisation up to...
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17
Jul

See Change Newsletter July 2020

  Click here for Issue 3 of the See Change Newsletter. This issue features updates in relation to our Ambassador and Workplace programmes, along with upcoming events from our partners. If you wish to subscribe, click the Subscribe button at the top of of the newsletter to receive it via email every month or click...
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16
Jul

I Once Knew a Man, by Rick Rossiter

  I Once Knew a Man by See Change Ambassador, Rick Rossiter   “I once knew a man, from the first glance I talked to him I knew him to be a good man.  His presence was seemingly still but you knew that it was immense.  His smile was endearing and yet mischievous in the...
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16
Jul

Our Friend Ray, by Adrian Yeates

  Our Friend Ray by See Change Ambassador, Adrian Yeates   “Life is a precious gift, but we never know how long we’ve got,  The best any of us can do is to optimise our lot.  Some achieve spectacular heights, and many experience terrible lows,  But a true measure of worth, is how you treat others...
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16
Jul

A Message from Sandra Dillon, in Memory of Ray

A Message from Sandra Dillon, in Memory of Ray “When I think of Ray I struggle with the idea that Ray may have had to wear a mask to give the outside world the impression that he was managing, and yet in his darkest moments he remained steadfast. Sharing his inner belief with his See...
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16
Jul

In Memory of Ray

In Memory of Ray A message from Shauna O’Connor, Partner & Volunteer Support Officer “1 month ago we lost one of our Ambassadors to suicide. Ray Treacy was with us since 2015, sharing his mental health experience in a powerful, humorous & thought-provoking way. My role as Volunteer Support Officer was made easier as Ray...
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