On average people with long-term conditions spend less than 3 hours a year with their health team. The rest of the time they are left to self-manage. Our charity exists to help these people be understood, empowered and supported. Read more
There are so many benefits to volunteering - meet great people; improve your confidence; learn new skills; feel better; make others feel better; be part of your community.
With the number of people living with long-term conditions increasing, knowing how to help prevent a further diagnosis is becoming more and more important.
We have supported over 150,000 people with long-term conditions to become self-managers. Self-management benefits not only those with a long-term condition, but also saves the health and social economy money.
Moderate physical exercise such as cycling or jogging can help boost brain power says a recent research. Read more
Our team in West Cheshire recently held a young carers course on a canal barge. Read more
An NHS funded guide on enabling behaviour change for health and wellbeing. Read more
General election 2017: Labour promises pay rises for NHS staff Read more