Di Danzebrink tallks about why menopause matters and why its just common sense to improve public and professional menopause education with Stephanie Hirst of BBC Radio Leeds.
Di took part in an online event recently talking about the #makemenopausematter campaign and why it matters, speaking alongside Amika George who has campaigned to end period poverty in the UK.
The #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign has also been mentioned in an article in Woman and Home this week. The story behind the change in the UK school curriculum to ensure menopause is taught to teenage pupils can be seen here.
Some very good advice on menopause in this article in Good Housekeeping, which features a contribution by our very own Di Danzebrink. Anne Montague’s piece covers symptoms and at-risk factors as well as lifestyle tips and best treatments.
Suicide is always a difficult subject to raise and can be complex but not raising it is not an option as we simply cannot allow for this to be swept under the carpet any longer.
Welcome to the Menopause Support playlist! Our lovely Andrea put this together for you.
Since launching in October 2018 we have over 100k signatures and have achieved one of our three aims by getting menopause added to the curriculum. Our friend and campaign colleague Andrea Swan has channeled her inner Spielberg to bring you a 60 second snapshot of the last two years.
Di Danzebrink tells Kaye Adams of BBC Radio Scotland why she believes Scotland should follow England’s lead and make menopause part of the official school curriculum for teenagers.
Now the menopause is about to be added to the school curriculum, BBC Radio Berkshire has spoken to women with bad experiences. Di Danzebrink joins presenter Sarah Walker for the afternoon show.
I am absolutely thrilled to share a new BBC video with you which was commissioned as a result of our #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign to get menopause onto the school curriculum from September this year.