Time to Change have lots of resources and information available on their website to support you with your conversations. Whether you're talking at work or at home, with family and friends. It can be as simple as having one chat, or you might want to hold activity for a group of people or your workplace.
Order a materials pack from TTC by 10am on Friday 29th January. Packs come in two sizes and include:
- ‘Time to Talk Day is coming’ fold out posters
- Tips cards
Download a workplace communications and activities pack. It includes links to internal communication resources:
- Intranet copy
- Desktop backgrounds
- Email banner
- Template email to staff
- Tips on how to write a good internal newsletter article
- Employee blog tips
- Information on support for those mental health problems
- Power-point presentation for workplace screens
It also includes links to suggested activities that you could do with your team:
- Mental Health quiz
- Mental health myth buster quiz
- Mental Health Taboo game
- Stigma Activity for Audiences
- Parity of Esteem exercise
- Do you wear a mask at work exercise
- Stigma word map
- Stigma force field analysis exercise
Family and friends
You can take part in Time to Talk Day with family or friends too. Two thirds of emergency service staff and volunteers we surveyed said they were most likely to turn to family and friends for support than using other coping methods.
Order your Time to Talk Day personal action pack, including tip cards with ideas of how to start a conversation, postcards to invite people to chat, stickers and balloons, and our unique double coaster and teabags to encourage a natter over a cuppa. Order a materials pack from TTC by 10am on Friday 29th January.
Remember you can always visit the TTTD downloads page if you need extra resources.
Questions about Time to Talk Day?
If you have questions about Time to Talk Day, materials available from Time to Change or your orderable packs then please visit the Time to Talk Day FAQS to see if your question has already been answered. If it hasn't, you will also find contact details there for the Time to Talk Day team so you can email them your question.