Silverlining Support and Wellbeing Services
Hi, my name is Michelle, I am a 37 year old mother of 2 who lives in Acomb. After suffering from anxiety and depression after the birth of my first child, I decided to do a degree in Applied Social Science as I knew I wanted to help others .My background includes Youth Work and volunteering for amazing charities such as Homestart .
I am passionate about helping others who are also struggling. I am patient, understanding and a big believer that there is no “one size fits all” when living with mental health conditions.
I am available to support young adults age 18+ , my services include,
Support with daily tasks
Support with household chores or tasks, including budgeting, meal prep and support to learn basic cooking skills
Support to access groups or social activities,
I am also very passionate about helping and supporting mums who have Post Natal Depression, anxiety and/or are feeling isolated. I have been there I understand! I am a friendly ear who can help support you , whether it is someone to attend the first baby group with or someone who can help you sort the kitchen or even sit and have a cup of tea with you. I am happy to help you with whatever you need.
If you need support with anything that isn’t on the list, please get in touch for a chat and I can see what I can do.
Enhanced DBS , insurance and certificates can be shown on request.
Last Updated: 15th October, 2020
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