Here at Osa we are truly passionate about peoples health and wellbeing.

This is why we collaborate with other services who seek to make a positive impact on peoples lives and share our values and beliefs.

We support many charities as much as we can through the business and as individuals.

We do various fundraising and donate to mental health charities, give blood and campaign for peoples rights and equality.

 

You can support the work we do just by shopping online. Its free to join and doesn’t cost you any extra. Find out more HERE 

This is a charity that we are a huge supporter for we raise money and donate in as many ways as well as sponsering their incredible Educational Toolkits. 

Is a charity made up of ordinary people who have had first-hand experience of eating disorders in one form or another, who feel it is important to share experiences with others and help in any way possible. They’ve started Support and Self-Help Groups amongst other things to strive to bridge the gaps and meet the needs of those affected by this devastating illness.
Eating Disorders are serious mental health conditions that have one of the highest mortality rates of any mental illness.
For every recruitment we make we sponsor an Eating Disorder Educational Toolkit.
The toolkits are designed for primary and secondary schools to educate and safeguard all their staff and pupils. Helping to prevent eating disorders or to support those who need treatment.

We are involved in funding and sending out supplies to support vulnerable and orphaned children in South Africa.

The Winnie Mabaso Foundation was established to support vulnerable and orphaned children in South Africa, particularly those living with HIV.

Over the years their work has extended to encompass all ages of those who are underprivileged and in desperate need from babies to grannies.

Mabaso love has changed, and continues to change the lives of countless people in South Africa.

The Winnie Mabaso Foundation is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation in the UK (1160321) and is also registered in South Africa as an NPO (140-472).

The work that they do is wonderful and very close to our hearts so we get involved as much as we possibly can personally and through the business. 

 

We support this incredible small charity, whose work makes a big difference, with regular donations.

 They are a small volunteer run charity doing the life saving work that they do.  They have saved hundreds of peoples lives and so many more people still desperately need their help. Everyday 18 people commit suicide in England and Wales! Right now 1 in 5 people suffer from suicidal thoughts. They help anyone with thoughts of suicide via telephone (ASSISTLine), social media & out in the community by offering supportive listening and starting a dialogue to encourage more hopeful solutions than suicide. They work alongside local services and signpost people to where they can access support.

We also sponser two girls in Zimbabwe to attend school and recieve a good education .

Zimbabwe is very close to our hearts, a huge percentage of our nurses are Zimbabwean and we have always admired their tenacious attitudes and work ethics, as we have got to know our zimbabwean friends we have come to underatand the hardships faced by a lot of them in their childhoods and how these have shaped their desire to enter healthcare and become nurses.We were introduced to a local school in Harare looking for sponsorship to ensure young boys and girls could get the educations they deserved, we have been sponsoring 2 little girls now for the last 18 months and whilst we of course hope they will grow up to be nurses in the future we will be proud of them whatever they chose to be.

 

We have also partnered with lots of professionals to help us improve ourselves and our services.

One of our main partnerships is with Headucate

 Headucate offer unique training classes around mental health conditions amongst other things. They are run by a highly experienced and qualified clinical nurse. This not only helps us to deepen our understanding of the health and social care sector but it also helps us support the clients we work with to ensure staff are equipped to handle circumstances in the workplace with patients, other staff and their own wellbeing.

Nurse led, bespoke mental health training. 

Jenny is a Clincical Nurse and the founder of Headucate, she collaborates with organisations to empower professionals by enhancing their knowledge of mental health through bespoke, nurse led training and workshops.

She has over 15 years experience and knowledge to share with you and your staff and is able to deliver exciting and memorable workshops giving staff tools they can start to use immediately which in turn will help your organisation.

• First Aid

• Resilience workshops

• Risk management

• Clinical supervision

• Support and guidance for carers

• Person centred care and strengths based approach

• CQC fundamental standards

• Supporting people with depression, anxiety, learning difficulties and autism.

• Mental capacity act.

and much more.
Promoting wellbeing in the workplace with training will help to motivate and empower your team as well as help to improve productivity and reduce absenteeism.

Jenny Williams BSc (Hons), PGCE
Director & Clinical Lecturer, Headucate Ltd.
Tel: 07956 074 584

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