The Duke of Cambridge talks mental health with Emergency Responder family

The Duke of Cambridge talks mental health with Emergency Responder family



Ahead of The Royal Foundation’s Emergency Services Mental Health Symposium later today, The Duke of Cambridge has spoken with Emergency Care Assistant Chloe Taylor, aged 24, and Paramedic Will Parish, aged 27, from the South-Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust in their home near Reading about managing mental health on the frontline.   

In this personal conversation, which was recorded last week, The Duke of Cambridge, Will and Chloe share their experiences of working as emergency responders and the mental health impact that this can have. They also discuss coping mechanisms and the need for emergency responders to be given the tools and support to be able to cope.

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