Chronic Disease Management

If you are dealing with a long-lasting (chronic) disease—like arthritis, diabetes, cancer, obesity, or heart disease—you are not alone. About half of all American adults have at least one chronic disease. These chronic diseases can lead to disability and serious health problems. But the good news is that there’s a lot you can do to help manage chronic disease and prevent related problems. Our program can help you make choices to live healthier.

The Program

Healthier Living Workshop: Chronic Disease

WHAT THE PROGRAM OFFERS

Support to help people with chronic diseases manage and improve their health. The program focuses on topics that come up when dealing with any chronic condition, such as:

  • Problem solving and action planning
  • Nutrition
  • Exercise
  • Medication use
  • Emotions
  • Talking with doctors
TIMING

The workshop is given over
2 ½ hours, once a week, for 6 weeks.

WHO IT’S FOR

People living with a chronic disease such as arthritis, diabetes, cancer, obesity, or heart disease.

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Upcoming Free Workshops

Jul
27
Thu
Healthier Living Workshop: Chronic Disease @ Community Connections
Jul 27 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Healthier Living Workshop: Chronic Disease @ Community Connections | Saint Johnsbury | Vermont | United States

Chronic Disease Self-Management is a program that focuses on problems that are common to individuals dealing with any chronic condition such as pain management, nutrition, exercise, medication use, emotional health and communicating with health care providers. Chronic Disease Self-Management is a workshop given over 2 ½ hours, once a week, for 6 weeks.


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Success Stories

“What I liked best about the workshop was knowing I was not the only one with a chronic condition.”

 
— Deb, Bethel
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