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Free Health and wellbeing sessions for people living with a long term health problems and people caring for a friend or relative

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The sessions help people to learn how to:

  • Cope better with: Pain, Tiredness, Depression, Stress, Loneliness, Sleep, Frustration, Exercise and Healthy Eating
  • Breathe properly
  • Relax                            
  • Improve pain levels
  • Solve problems
  • Plan and succeed
  • Make lasting healthy changes


Free Courses in 2015 /16

NHS Education Programmes for Patients and carers (EPP)


Date and day

Course starts

6 week Chronic Disease Self Management Course Time
8 Sept          Tue Canton Uniting Church 10 to 12.30
12 Sept Saturday Cardiff Royal Infirmary 10 to 12.30
23 Sept         Fri Cardiff Deaf Centre 5pm to 8pm
7 Oct         Wed Barry Library 10 to 12.30
3 Nov           Tue Trinity church Hall Penarth 10 to 12.30
4 Nov         Wed Ararat Centre, Whitchurch 1.30 to 4
5 Nov       Thurs Cardiff Royal Infirmary 10 to 12.30
1 Feb         Mon Cardiff Royal Infirmary 1.30 to 4
2 Feb         Tues Canton Uniting Church 10 to 12.30
3 Feb         Wed Barry Library 10 to 12.30


Carers Workshops

For unpaid carers looking after relatives or friends



1: Mental Health and Wellbeing

2: Physical Health and wellbeing


06 Aug   Thurs Workshop 1   Barry Hospital 10.30 – 12
10 Sept   Thurs Workshop 2   Barry Hospital 10.30 – 12
14 Sept Mon Workshop 1   Cowbridge Health Centre 10.30 – 12
28 Sept Mon Workshop 2  Cowbridge Health Centre 10.30 – 12
20 Oct   Tue Workshop 1 Cardiff Royal Infirmary 10.30 – 12
27 Oct   Tue Workshop 2   Cardiff Royal Infirmary 10.30 – 12


To book a place please email, ring or text:

Tel: 029 20335403    

Email: [email protected]

Text: “interested” and your name to 07976 050178

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