Resource description:

How can we look after our money, and ourselves, in uncertain times?

Particularly among health and social care staff, financial uncertainty and the cost of living crisis is increasing feelings of stress and anxiety. In this free staff webinar, KeepingWell NCL partnered with the Money and Pension Service (MaPS) to raise awareness of the importance of financial wellbeing.

This session offers practical information and guidance specific to health and social care staff in North Central London, from making your money work for you, to maintaining wellbeing during periods of financial uncertainty. The session also highlights what free support is available to help manage your money, pension planning, discounts, and managing uncertainty.

The slides for this webinar also contain 20+ practical links and resources to help you look after your wellbeing, find ways to save, and manage your money.

About the facilitators

Emily Kenworthy – Hub Practitioner and Occupational Therapist, KeepingWell NCL Hub

Emily Kenworthy is a practitioner with the KeepingWell NCL Hub and Occupational Therapist. She has experience working on acute physical health wards as well as secondary and community settings. Emily is particularly passionate about the intersection between physical and mental wellbeing at work and at home.

Monica Kaur – Regional Partnership Manager, East London, at the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS)

Monica is passionate about helping people to enhance their financial skills and make the most of their money. Her role is to work closely with organisations from the private, public, voluntary/third sectors to support their financial wellbeing strategies by accessing MaPs’ free resources, removing the stigma attached to talking about money and providing impartial guidance. Monica has worked with a range of employers in helping them to support their workforce with financial wellbeing.

Read time: 60 minutes
Link to resource:

Watch the Money in Mind Webinar via Youtube

Topic: Financial Wellbeing, Staff Wellbeing, and Stress and Worry
Audience: Adults, Health and social care leaders, Health professionals, Parents and carers, and Social care professionals
Who is this for: Individual
Resource format: Video and Webinar