How to deal with stress as a Teacher

April is national stress awareness month. As a teacher, you may find your job extremely stressful whether it be children fighting, papers piling up or lessons needing planning. But here at MTC we wanted to raise the awareness of stress and help you combat these feelings, you should never feel alone when dealing with stress … Read More…

Stress Awareness Day

national stress awareness day 2018 7th November mental health

Today is 7th November, aka National Stress Awareness day. We all are aware of what stress is and at some point we have all been stressed before…it’s just a part of life. But being overwhelmed by stress can lead to some major mental health problems or it can make existing problems even worse. National Stress … Read More…

6 myths about care homes

6 myths about care homes

We work with a large number of care homes and caregivers and love to get their feedback. One thing many of the people we work with say is that, whilst they love working in the care sector they also believe it has an unfair reputation this is particularly shown in the media. You don’t need … Read More…

Elderly caregiver tips

Elderly caregiver tips

There are many different types of caregivers. You could be a care assistant in a care home or a nursing home, you may be looking after a friend or relative. Whatever sort of relationship you have with the individual in your care, there will be a lot of challenges that you will have to face … Read More…

5 Heatwave First Aid Tips

Heatwave first Aid Tips

With the heatwave across the UK still ongoing, there are many health risks when the temperature is too hot. So here are 5 points to help you deal with the scorching temperatures! Dehydration Dehydration means that your body is losing more fluid than you are taking in. if it isn’t treated it can get worse … Read More…