That was the headline in a recent article by Gary Skentlebury of Warrington Worldwide.
Suzette Pulman has teamed up with James Houlihan of Merton’s Opiticians in Birchwood to help office workers now working from home to tackle “zoomitis” in return for a donation to charity.
The presentation ‘Sit and See causing Zoomitits’ gives helpful advice and tips to office workers, who are now working from home, and helps people understand how not to strain their eyes and cause muscular, joint and nerve pains.
The aim is to help small companies—employers and employees, where there is little occupational health support.
They are happy to give the online presentation with a donation to William’s Gift.
Local charity William’s Gift is named after William Fenton who was born on 24th October 2013 with an extremely rare form of a condition called Hirschsprungs disease which meant he spent much time at Warrington Hospital as well as Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. Sadly, William passed away in December 2019 aged just six years old.
To make a booking contact Suzette on 01925 752264
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