“Maximise Your Health” Mississauga Halton Self Management Programs

Do You Have…

A chronic health condition such as diabetes, lung, kidney, heart disease or any other conditions? Persons living with chronic conditions and their spouses or caregivers are welcome to attend this FREE 6-week workshop. This workshop teaches action planning, problem solving, relaxation techniques, communication skills, and more in a group environment.

Winter 2018 Workshops:

Chronic Disease Self Management Program

Chronic Pain Self Management Program

Registration is required.

For various dates, times and locations to choose from and to register please CLICK HERE.  or contact: 905-338-4432 ext. 4877 or 1-855-223-6847 ext. 4877

The following is quoted from their website:

Mississauga Halton
Self Management Program

We provide

FREE opportunities for individuals to improve their Self Management skills through workshops in local community settings
Mentorship and leadership opportunities for people with chronic conditions. Contact us to find out more!
FREE workshops for healthcare providers including the Institute for Healthcare communications and centre for collaboration, motivation and innovation “Choices and Changes: Clinician Influence and Patient Action”, “Brief Action Planning”, “Motivational Interviewing” and other opportunities to enhance Self Management Support clinical skills

In Mississauga Halton Region we envision individuals with chronic conditions working as partners in their own healthcare. We provide programs and services that enable people to take control of their own health by gaining the confidence, skills and knowledge necessary to manage the physical, social and emotional aspects of life with chronic conditions.

To do this, both individuals and healthcare providers should understand and practice the principles of Self Management. Self Management workshops can be fully integrated into any clinical pathway including, diabetes, COPD and arthritis.
The Self Management Strategy is funded through the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care of Ontario and we also have an Advisory Network of stakeholders (including consumers) from across the region contributing to our work.