Wellness Action Plans (WAPs) are for everyone, not just someone who has a problem right now. For all of us, it’s important to stay aware of our mental health work, and a WAP can help with this. This guide shows what to consider.
The Wellness Action Plan (WAP)Guides to wellness action plansWeb page
Wellness action plans are an easy way to help support your own mental health at work and that of your team members. Mind has guidance and templates to get you started, for both employees and line managers.FreeSign up to receive by e-mail
By: MindView resource is a tool to help you and your employees share what keeps you well at work and when and why you might become unwell. It helps you improve wellbeing or support recovery. This guide from Bupa includes information on setting up a WAP to improve wellbeing or support recovery. It also has details on what to include in a WAP, and outlines the benefits of having one for managers and employees.
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