PEFHT Self-Management Programs

 

 Living Well with Chronic Disease

Living Well with Chronic Pain

Living Well with Diabetes

Mindfulness-Based Chronic Pain Management

Easy Moving Program

1. The Living Well with Chronic Disease Self-Management Program is a workshop licensed by Stanford University. It is given for two and a half hours, once a
week, for six weeks. Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders. There is
a weekly focus on action planning and goal setting.

  • techniques to deal with problems such as
    frustration, fatigue, pain and isolation
  • appropriate exercise for maintaining and
    improving strength, flexibility, and endurance
  • appropriate use of medications
  • communicating effectively with family, friends,
    and health professionals
  • nutrition
  • how to evaluate new treatments.

Appropriate candidates would include patients living with
COPD, CHF, diabetes, asthma, depression (mild-moderate), or attending Cardiac
Rehab.  Each participant in the workshop receives a copy of
the companion book, Living a Healthy Life With Chronic Conditions, 4th Edition

Upcoming FREE Workshop for Living Well with Chronic Disease:

May 4 - June 8, 2017 in Wellington

Self-Referrals welcome!

Email: Courses@pefht.com for more information
   

2. The Living Well with Chronic Pain Self-Management Program is a workshop
licensed by Stanford University. It is given for two and a half hours, once a
week, for six weeks. Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders. There is
a weekly focus on action planning and goal setting.

Subjects covered include:

  • techniques to deal with problems such as
    frustration, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep
  • appropriate exercise for maintaining and
    improving strength, flexibility, and endurance
  • appropriate use of medications
  • communicating effectively with family,
    friends, and health professionals
  • nutrition
  • pacing activity and rest
  • how to evaluate new treatments.

Each participant in the workshop receives a copy of
the companion book, Living a Healthy Life With Chronic Conditions, 4th
Edition. This program also includes a gentle exercise component, a CD and a
Chronic Pain Self-Management workbook.

Upcoming FREE Workshop for Living Well with Chronic Pain:

March 23-April 27, 2017 in Wellington

Self-Referrals welcome!

Email: Courses@pefht.com for more information
   

3. The Living Well with Diabetes Self-Management Program is a workshop
licensed by Stanford University. It is given for two and a half hours, once a
week, for six weeks. Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders. There is
a weekly focus on action planning and goal setting. The subjects covered are
similar to the Chronic Disease module, but have a focus on diabetes.

Upcoming Workshop: TBA

Email: Courses@pefht.com for more information

4. Mindfulness-Based Chronic Pain Management Program is a 13
week series offered by Dr.Jackie Gardner-Nix at St.Michael's Hospital in
Toronto. This program was derived from John Kabat-Zin's work on mindfulness.
This program is delivered via the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) at various PEFHT sites. Attendees learn the principles of mindfulness meditation, the
importance of living in the moment, the power of now, and how these relate to
suffering less pain. Mindfulness assists in remaining calmer and more pain
controlled despite the challenges of everyday life, such as when interacting
with family, friends, colleagues, employers and insurers. This can change the
intensity of pain suffering, both emotional and physical, in a very positive
way. See more at
www.neuronovacentre.com

It is the process in which the programs are taught that make
them effective. Classes are highly participative, where mutual support and
success build the participants' confidence in their ability to manage their
health and maintain active and fulfilling lives. 

Call to enrol 613-476-0400 ext. 214

PEFHT Self-Management Committee: 

  • Dawn Calnan-Kerr
  • Sally Cowan
  • Kerry Ford
  • Janice Hall
  • Kimberly Storms

Physician Advisors: Dr. H. Cluett and Dr. R. McMurtry

Community Partners: Community Care for Seniors

The PEFHT committee has made the continuation and expansion
of these programs possible by planning, organizing and evaluating workshops,
and co-ordinating training and follow up activities.

Support is gratefully acknowledged from Living Well,
the Self-Management Program of Southeastern Ontario. This group has provided
training, workbooks, supplies and networking opportunities

See more at:

Living Well Southeastern Ontario

Stanford Self-Management

Contact:

Kerry Ford
35 Bridge Street, Suite 1
Picton, ON
K0K 2T0
613-476-0400 ext. 214
Email: Courses@pefht.com

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