DVP Wellbeing Amelie Sievers DVP Welfare is responsible for overseeing and assisting with the development of the wellbeing goals and practices of the Guild. Supported by VP Welfare and Diversity Attends Shadow Council Equality Council Accountable To Shadow Council Role Description The full role description in PDF format can be downloaded: here Manifesto Progress Improve accessibility of the Wellbeing Information More specific advice on what to do if you are worried about a friend Specific information on the process of making an appointment with the Wellbeing Centre. Clear guidance and information on how the Depression and Anxiety service in town works. Information about what might happen during a doctor’s appointment about mental health. Ensure your voices are heard Ensure your voices are heard as the Wellbeing Centre continues to develop. The student voice should be at the heart of everything that wellbeing does, and I promise to represent student voices by being proactive in liaising with the Head of Wellbeing. I will implement regular catch-ups between myself as DVP and the Head of Wellbeing to ensure the service meets student’s needs. Work with the Wellbeing Centre on their website Work with the Wellbeing Centre to make sure their website is welcoming, easy to use and students know what to expect when using the service. Currently, contacting them can seem quite daunting, and making sure the website is welcoming and easy to understand will help improve accessibility. Organise regular drop-ins for students Organise regular drop-ins for students to give feedback about the Wellbeing Centre, WiD, or to signpost to support.