Supporting expectant mothers and mums with infants up to two years experiencing emotional health and wellbeing difficulties
Becoming a mum can be an exhausting and daunting experience which might impact on your emotional health and wellbeing. The Mums Wellness Project offers an individualised 1-1 WRAP Programme to support mothers and expectant mothers to help manage difficult feelings and develop action plans to help them feel better.
The programme is delivered in your own home or locally for 8 to 10 weeks with sessions lasting approximately an hour.
What is WRAP?
WRAP or Wellness Recovery Action Plan, is used world-wide by people who are dealing with all kinds of health and life challenges.
WRAP was developed by a group of people with mental health difficulties. They learned to identify the things that they can do to feel better and stay well. These personal resources are “Wellness Tools.”
You can use your Wellness Tools to help you feel better every day, to get well and stay well. For many people, using WRAP has resulted in recovery and long-term health.
WRAP Key Elements
- Wellness toolbox
- Daily maintenance plan
- Identifying triggers / Action plan
- Identifying early warning signs / Action plan
- When things are breaking down / Action plan
- Crisis planning
- Post crisis planning
Mums Wellness Weekly Drop In
The Mums Wellness Project offers a weekly Drop In for mothers and expectant mums availing of the service. This is offered every Tuesday morning from 10-11.30 in Fermanagh House, Enniskillen. An opportunity to get out of the house and meet other mums along with your baby.
Mums Wellness Support Group
After completion of the 1-1 WRAP Programme mums can avail of the Mums Wellness Support Group. The Support Group is ran regularly within the local area throughout Fermanagh. Its an opportunity for women to come together in a safe and supportive environment for mutual support and strengthen social well-being.
A monthly Support Group is held the last Tuesday of each month in the Oak Healthy Living Centre, Lisnaskea and in Irvinestown, the first Tuesday of each month. From 7.30-9.30pm. A chance to have some time away and have a mummy moan and a laugh with other mums.
For more details, ask your Mums Wellness Worker.