A wellbeing movement for parents & carers.
The Positivitree is a social enterprise & mental wellbeing business which helps the families of children with additional health or care needs.
We do this by empowering parents & carers with a self-care tool-kit that enables them to be the best version of themselves.
Focussing on self-care, we have created a parent-led wellbeing movement.
We provide wellbeing activities designed to meet the needs of the parent-carer community taking in to account their responsibilities & time constraints.
We offer online support, social groups, workshops & classes.
By offering a flexible programme, we empower parent-carers with essential tools to take ownership of their wellbeing.
Interested? Get in touch!
Parents & Care-givers
Are you the parent of a child with an additional health or care need?
Do you sometimes feel that life is difficult to manage?
Do you feel alone?
Would you benefit from learning some skills to empower you to become the best you can be?
Do you want to meet others who 'get you'?
Are you ready to take control of your wellbeing?
We just may have the answer for you - Get in touch!
Do you work in the field of health and wellbeing?
Would you like to be a part of a movement to empower parents who have the added strain of looking after a child with a serious health condition?
We would love to hear from you - Get in touch!
The Story So Far
In 2014 our founders' son was diagnosed with a rare cancer called Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis. He was 3 years old. He successfully completed a year of treatment & rang the end of treatment bell. In January 2018 the disease returned and he had to begin a second treatment protocol involving two years of chemotherapy.
As parents they found that the best way for them to cope was to create a positive force-field around their family. They called on mentors & coaches to help them develop their mindset. They worked hard to focus on how to make good of their situation and pledged to use their experience to positively impact the lives of others.
In Spring of 2018 an opportunity arose to join the Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Programme with School for Social Entrepreneurs in Liverpool.
They ran a number of test sessions, conducted research within the parent-carer community and developed a pilot project which is being funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.
The biggest challenge for parent-carers is finding time to focus on their wellbeing as they juggle parental responsibilities, complex caring responsibilities, work & running a household. We recognise that in order to address their needs we must offer a flexible service that’s accessible & led by the individual’s needs.
We’ll do this by offering a range of monthly events were parent-carers get the chance to re-connect with their own needs for a short period. We teach them the power of self-care & help them develop their own toolkit that they can easily apply to their day to day lives. This is in line with the National Lottery Awards priority of ‘bringing people together & building strong relationships in & across communities’.
We’ll run a 4-weekly programme that will rotate so that everyone has a chance to access the whole offer & find out what suits them best.
The events are as follows:
•Positivi-tea; supper club & cookery class
•Movement classes (yoga, ZUMBA)
•Wellbeing workshops; mindfulness, mindset, meditation, managing stress,
As we are a social enterprise we are always looking for creative ways to collaborate with other community groups, local authorities, CCGs, schools, social services and anyone else who would like to be part of the growth of The Positivitree
Do you think we should talk? Please get in touch today:
The Positivitree Ltd. is committed to handling and storing personal information in compliance with the terms of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This applies whether the information is obtained directly from individuals through the The Positivitree website, via our partner venues or by completing web forms or by other means such as phone calls, e-mail, printed forms, or in person. It also applies to information obtained from publicly available sources.
In all instances The Positivitree is the data controller.
Whose information do we collect?
We collect personal information about the following categories of people:
Media and press contacts;
Artists and performers both who have taken part in the festival and who have contacted us otherwise;
What information do we collect?
Depending on the nature of your relationship with The Positivitree, we may collect some or all of the following information:
Biographical – name, title, previous surname, date of birth or age, gender, ethnicity, faith, or information that indicates your socio-economic status;
Contact details – postal address, email address, phone number;
Current interests and preferences;
Occupation and professional activities;
Attendance at events;
We will only collect this information when there is a legitimate reason for doing so.
How do we collect the information?
Information is collected under the following circumstances:
Booking tickets online, in person or over the phone;
Subscribing to The Positivitree mailing lists or other marketing communications;
Artists, tour managers and producers liaising with The Positivitree;
Providing information via surveys about visitor experience;
Taking part in a competition on social media;
Through personal contact with a staff member or trustee;
From publicly available sources;
Via our partner theatres and venues.
You will always be offered the opportunity to opt-out every time we communicate with you.
Why do we collect the information?
We collect the information in order to:
provide and manage services, such as attendance at free and charged events;
manage contact with, and provide information to, supporters;
communicate news about The Positivitree;
issue invitations to The Positivitree events;
understand who our audience is to improve our services, or to provide information to funders or partners (we will only share information with partners if you have given your consent to do so);
Identify potential donors and sources of funding for, amongst other activities, learning and engagement, talent development, capital projects and our artistic programme;
Provide an appropriate environment, schedule, or level of support to participants in engagement or talent development activities;
Respond to emergency situations appropriately for participants in engagement or talent development activities and their families.
Under the terms of the GDPR the lawful bases for processing personal information are:
we need it to fulfil a contract (e.g. ticket purchase);
we need it to pursue our legitimate interests including by communicating with current and potential supporters; and/or you have given your consent for us to do so.
Who collects the information?
Information is collected by, and on behalf of, The Positivitree. It may be shared by departments within The Positivitree in order for us to undertake a range of communications activities, both electronically, in print and through other channels.
Only where you explicitly consent for us to do so we will share your information with third parties which will usually be our funders of specific programmes.
How long do we hold the information?
Information is retained for as long as necessary for the purpose for which it is required.
We want to be sure that we have the most up-to-date information for you. If you discover that we have outdated information, such as address, e-mail address or change of name, please contact us via email@example.com.
Where your information is stored
Your information is stored on secure, password protected computers. Access to the information is given only to staff with the appropriate authorisation. Data is held mainly in the United Kingdom with some on servers within the European Union.
The Positivitree or authorised third parties may carry out film and/or sound recording during, before or after our events from time to time. Whilst we take reasonable steps to make sure that attendees are notified of such recording and are given an opportunity to avoid such recording, by attending our events you consent to you and any persons who may accompany you, being included in such recordings and such recordings subsequently being used by us for any reasonable commercial purposes, including without limitation, for marketing and promotional purposes. We will not make any payment to you in respect of your inclusion in such recordings.
You have the right to request copies of any of your data held by The Positivitree. If you would like to request this, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have the right to have your data rectified or erased. If you would like to request this, please e-mail email@example.com.
If you no longer want us to use or process your data, you can opt out at any time via the unsubscribe link included in emails or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact and complaints
If you have any queries or complaints about this policy please contact
The Positivitree, 17 Radnor Drive, Wirral, CH45 7PS or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
If you are dissatisfied with The Positivitree’s response to your request for access to your data, or handling of your request to rectify or erase your data, you may contact the Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF Tel.: 0303 123 1113 https://ico.org.uk/concerns/
Who to contact about the policy
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org