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The Menopaus’ull Support Network has been created to support women before, during and beyond the Menopause. The network provides access to key resources and information, whilst aiming to help women feel supported and less lonely at this time. Menopaus’ull has delivered many educational workshops, peer-to-peer support opportunities’, provided exercise classes, offered talking therapy and much more.
During its first year, Menopaus’ull offered some beneficiaries the chance to take part in a research programme delivered by the University of Hull, studying how the menopause affects bone health, especially those who are at risk of osteopenia or osteoporosis.
Menopaus’ull Support Network has conducted a number of surveys asking women what they would like to see delivered in a non-medical support network. The team have built the programme around the needs identifed by the women engaging and responding to the surveys. Menopaus’ull will continue to offer:
- Online and in-person workshops on a wide range of Menopause topics
- Opportunities to get involved in a variety of exercise classes and programmes focusing on exercise to help with Menopausal symptoms
- Access to regular peer to peer Menopause café drop in’s
- Access to an online peer to peer Facebook group
- Access to a library of Menopause resources
- Receive monthly Menopaus’ull Support Network newsletters highlighting the latest activities and chat relating to all things Menopause
For more information please join the Facebook group, search Menopaus’ull Support Group Menopaus’ull Support Group | Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org asking to be added to the newsletter mailing list.
Menopaus’ull Support Network will be delivered by the Neighbourhood Network charity and was funded for one year by the Ideas Fund, in partnership with Wellcome Trust and the British Science Association.
For more information about this project and support through the menopause visit – www.mnetwork.org.uk