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Keep warm, keep well

20 Dec 2010

Severe cold snaps can have dramatic effects on everyday life, especially for those people who are already vulnerable as a result of their age, illness or disability. Follow these tips to keep you and your family warm and well in extremely cold weather.

Winter wonderland at WLMHT

17 Dec 2010

The snow’s been falling this week at some of our sites, and our staff have been doing their very best to keep services running as usual and keep our sites safe.

Maintaining good mental wellbeing over Christmas

13 Dec 2010

The Mental Health Foundation has compiled its top tips for staying healthy this winter and maintaining good mental wellbeing.

Local paper congratulates Broadmoor nurses

10 Dec 2010

Get Bracknell congratulates Broadmoor nurses for their award win.

Carers Rights Day 2010

03 Dec 2010

Each year, more than two million people become carers for the first time. Carers Rights Day is celebrated across the UK on 3 December to raise awareness of the important role carers play and to help people understand the support they’re entitled to.

Still time to send Christmas cards that make a difference

01 Dec 2010

There’s still time to send our charity Christmas cards to friends and family. But you’ll need to hurry – the last posting date for the UK is 21 December!

Celebrating staff who put our values into action

29 Nov 2010

We held our sixth annual staff awards on 25 November in recognition of exceptional individuals and teams who have shown an outstanding commitment to our values of togetherness, responsibility, excellence and caring.

5K Santa run for mental health

19 Nov 2010

On Sunday 5 December 2010 at Greenwich Park, London, join over 2000 ‘Santas’ in a fantastic 5k event run by the Mental Health Foundation.

Broadmoor on the world stage with BBC and Wellcome Trust

09 Nov 2010

The BBC World Service and Wellcome Collection hosted a recording of the ‘Exchanges at the Frontier’ series on Saturday 6 November at Broadmoor Hospital in Crowthorne.

The event will be broadcast by the BBC on Wednesday 17 November online and on radio to an audience of more than 40 million people worldwide.

Trust Doctor reveals impact of untreated ADHD on costs of crime

05 Nov 2010

Alarming statistics from a recent paper published by Dr Susan Young, Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist at Broadmoor Hospital, West London Mental Health Trust, reveal the true extent of untreated ADHD as an underlying cause of crime.