What is it?
The Living Well with a Long Term Condition Course is for people living with a long term physical health condition who would like to help themselves better manage their long term condition and wellbeing. The course is 5 sessions over 5 weeks, each session is 2.5 hours long. There are usually between 10-15 people who will attend.
Who is this suitable for?
This course is suitable for anyone who lives with a long term condition who is interested in taking a more active approach in the self-management of their condition. We know that living with a long term condition can be challenging and stressful at times. This may be because the health condition itself can be demanding to manage and/or the condition may be having a significant impact upon many different aspects of life including routine activities, mood, energy, sleep and relationships.
How will this help me?
We hope this workshop will make a real practical difference in your day-to-day management of your condition and your psychological well-being. On this course you can expect to:
Learn what it means to live with and manage your long term condition, for example, learn how to take a problem solving approach to overcome difficulties or manage your energy levels through pacing activities.
Learn helpful ways to manage your psychological well-being.
Meet and share learning with other people living with a long term condition.
When and where?
All of our courses run for 5 weeks with weekly sessions for 2.5 hours (with plenty of breaks). To get the most out of the course you are encouraged to attend all 6 sessions.
Sheffield Cathedral, Town Centre
St George's Community Health Centre
Dovedale 2, Michael Carlisle Centre
How do I access?
If you would like to attend a Living Well with a Long Term Condition course please use the ‘Book Now’ link below or call us on 0114 271 6568 to book your free place.There is also a range of advice and support available, through your GP, your consultant or you can call us to discuss other options available within the IAPT Health and Wellbeing team.