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The menopause

The menopause will directly or indirectly affect most people at some point. What impact does it have and what support is available?

The menopause affects everyone, whether directly or indirectly, however it is still stigmatised and there is very little awareness about what it is, and how it’s experienced.

It usually occurs in mid-life, between ages 45-55, although the menopause is possible at any age. Most will get menopausal symptoms, but may not recognise
them as such, or know who to talk to about it.

This webinar looks at both the perimenopause (the transition into menopause) and the menopause, examines the silence around the subject, and provides guidance on where to get specialised support.

It also looks at the huge impact of menopause in the workplace, and at how some employers are becoming menopause-friendly.

This webinar is designed for, and open to, all genders.

Webinar overview:

  • What is the perimenopause and the menopause?
  • Who does it affect and how?
  • Why are we only starting to talk about it now?
  • Impact of the menopause at work
  • Examples of support in the workplace
  • Other sources of support

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