Episode 59 – Social Prescribing
Join Chris, David and Producer Tommo as they explore how all the areas of wellbeing support each other. In this episode the spotlight is on social prescribing, digging a little deeper past the initial problem and looking at more preventative solutions. With updates from the IFW, Ovation Client Questions on life assurance and plenty of sheds in the Tight Ass Tommo tip of the week have a listen to another great Financial Wellbeing Podcast.
Welcomes & Introductions
David will be appearing in the Bristol Old Vic play Red Lion, 11th – 28th March – click here for more information and tickets
What is this podcast all about –
- Other areas of wellbeing and how they all support each other
Ovation Client Question’s – Life assurance. Early payouts in exceptional circumstances to maximise wellbeing.
Tight Ass Tommo
Shed’s, Shed’s, outbuilding’s and Sheds! Along with dieting and running the Bristol 10k.
#tightasstommo’s borrowed tip of the week – Get kids watching Disney
Initiative For Financial Wellbeing Update
- Next conference 14th May
- Keep an eye out for regional events in Bristol and London coming soon
- Click here for more information
It’s about time!
The NHS definition of social prescribing – looking at the wider issues of wellbeing
20% of GP consultations are for social issues not health
Looking more at preventative solutions
The five parts to wellbeing that all interact with each other:
Financial wellbeing supports all the other areas
How does social prescribing fit in with financial wellbeing?
Community story from @leisa_batkin a Wellbeing Co-ordinator
Social outlets needed to avoid loneliness
Don’t sit on the wall and let the world go byA wise Brummie from David’s hitchhiking days
Do your own social prescribing, build it into your planning when working out what you want from life
- Plan social interaction
- Plan recovery time
Conclusions from the guys
This is what a good financial planner can do for you. They get to know you and find out your motives, spending time to help you maximise your wellbeing.
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