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Fertility

Fertility

Support for employees who are considering having a baby or struggling to conceive.

Connect with an expert fertility practitioner through your smartphone. Any question, any time. No more frustrating Google searches and no need to rely on friends and family who – let's face it – may not give you the right advice. It's reassuring and incredibly convenient. Like having an expert friend at the end of the phone.
A safe space to discuss with an NHS-trained fertility practitioner. Advice tailored to you, aligned with clinical best practice and NHS guidelines. Personalised report and a list of vetted resources. For more information, please click here.
We all know that life can start to feel overwhelming sometimes and that having someone to talk to can make all the difference. All of our mental health support practitioners have the highest level qualifications and have been interviewed to assess their real-world experience of supporting people with their fertility journey. Our fertility practitioners will allocate sessions on an as-needs basis. All sessions are conducted by telephone and last around 45 minutes. Note that the calls are not appropriate for trauma and other complex conditions.
Articles, videos and other material that have been vetted by our fertility experts. No more wading through internet search results of questionable trustworthiness. The material we provide is evidence-based and supported by leading UK fertility organisations.
Exclusive seminars with experts on specific topics related to fertility. Seminars include a significant Q&A component, so you can ask questions and interact directly and anonymously with our experts.
Fertility communities provide peer-to-peer support through shared experiences and encouragement. Through fertility communities, you can meet and engage in private conversations with people experiencing similar situations.
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Baby

Baby

Support for employees during the critical period before and after the birth of a baby.

Connect with an expert practitioner through your smartphone. Any question, any time. No more frustrating Google searches and no need to rely on friends and family who – let's face it – may not be giving you the best evidence-based advice. It's reassuring and incredibly convenient. Like having an expert friend on the end of the phone. If you've only just registered, your Peppy practitioner will send you a welcome text very soon.
Join a small chat group of up to 12 other users and an expert postnatal practitioner. The group provides peer-to-peer support through shared experiences and encouragement. The practitioner acts as a moderator for the group to ensure that all chats are safe and supportive. She will also send regular information and offer personalised advice and support when required.
We all know that life can start to feel overwhelming sometimes and that having someone to help us can make all the difference. Or sometimes you can be feeling fine but could do with some inspiration. You can access specialist support and guidance from our mental health practitioners anytime via one-to-one chat. All of our mental health practitioners have the highest level qualifications.
Exercising after giving birth can be the last thing on a mum's mind. But it's important to be active and healthy, and to do so in a safe and sustainable way. Our exercise practitioners are experts in women's health. They'll only recommend exercises which are safe, fun and effective. All courses are streamed live so they're accessible through any connected device. Sessions typically last 20 minutes and take place 3 times per week. You can log into as many sessions as you like.
Some breastfeeding issues are best addressed with a comprehensive video consultation. Our Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultants have at least 4-5 years' training, including a minimum of 1,000 clinical hours working with breastfeeding mums. They'll be able to teach you the best techniques to guide you towards more effective breastfeeding. They'll also help to improve your overall confidence. Video appointments will be allocated by our chat practitioners on an as-needed basis. They last up to 90 minutes and include follow-up support.
For the most in-depth baby sleep support, our plan includes an online video call with one of our certified baby sleep consultants. All of our consultants meet the strict International Association of Child Sleep Consultants membership criteria and have been handpicked by industry experts. Our consultants will work with you to create a sleep plan that will work well with you, your baby and other family members. They will send you the plan after the call and help to ensure that you understand it fully. Video appointments will be allocated by our chat practitioners on an as-needed basis. They last up to 90 minutes and include follow-up support.
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Menopause

Menopause

Support for employees struggling with menopause inside and outside the workplace.

Connect with an expert menopause practitioner through your smartphone. Any question, any time. No more frustrating Google searches and no need to rely on friends and family who – let's face it – may not give you the right advice. It's reassuring and incredibly convenient. Like having an expert friend on the end of the phone.
A safe space to discuss your symptoms, concerns & treatment options with an NHS-trained menopause practitioner. Advice tailored to you, aligned with clinical best practice and NHS guidelines. Personalised report and a list of vetted resources. For more information, please click here.
Following your initial appointment, you may still require extra advice and support. Follow-up appointments are included in your package to ensure that you receive as much support as you need.
Our 6-week menopause programme was developed by Kathy Abernethy. The programme will focus on a different menopause related topic each week and will give you access to relevant information and resources. You will also be part of a chat group together with other menopause users, moderated by our practitioners.
We all know that life can start to feel overwhelming sometimes and that having someone to talk to can make all the difference. All of our mental health support practitioners have the highest level qualifications and have been interviewed to assess their real world experience of supporting women in mid-life. Sessions will be allocated by our menopause practitioners on an as-needed basis. All sessions are conducted by telephone and last up to an hour. Note that the calls are not appropriate for trauma and other complex conditions.
Exercising as you enter mid-life can be the last thing on a woman's mind. But it becomes even more important to be active and healthy, and to do so in a safe and sustainable way. Our exercise practitioners are experts in women's health. They'll only recommend exercises which are safe, fun and effective. All courses have been reviewed by specialist pelvic obstetric and gynaecological physiotherapists to be suitable for women over 40. They are streamed live so they're accessible through any connected device. You can log into as many sessions as you like.
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Healthy Minds

Healthy Minds

Support for employees struggling to cope in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

We know that feeling happy and on top of things doesn’t happen overnight. This is why we have created our Healthy Minds programmes, designed to tackle different topics related to building and maintaining a healthy mind. Programmes last for four weeks and focus on a different topic each week. For each topic, you will access a video by a subject matter expert as well as other relevant resources. You will be part of a group chat alongside other users in the same programme, moderated by your mental health practitioner, who will lead the course. You will be able to take as many programmes as you like, one at a time.
Join a small chat group of up to 12 other users and a registered mental health practitioner. The group provides peer-to-peer support through shared experiences and encouragement. The practitioner acts as a moderator for the group to ensure that all chats are safe and supportive. She will also send regular information to help group members cope throughout the crisis and offer personalised advice and support when required.
If you feel you would like additional support, more personalized advice, or would like to discuss anything in private, you can access the one-to-one chat with the mental health practitioner. This allows them to provide you with a deeper level of support.
What happens to our mental health when we remove social interaction? How does breaking the office-home routine impact our productivity? How do I stay motivated while in isolation? What are the warning signs that indicate early mental health instability? We expect the current crisis to increase stress and anxiety levels. Our practitioners will provide guidance, tips and insights on all these topics to help you keep mentally and emotionally healthy.
While we are all deeply affected by the current crisis, some of us also face additional challenges. We might be pregnant, or have a young baby at home, or else be caring for an elderly family member who is particularly at risk. Whatever the circumstance, our practitioners are trained to provide you with specialised advice and guidance for these situations.
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