My Health My Community
My Health My Community aims to help people to reach their full potential by ensuring they have the confidence, skills and knowledge to improve and manage their health and wellbeing.
About My Health My Community
It is available to patients, carers and professionals who want to help themselves and their patients to self-manage. From an abundance of physiotherapy exercise videos to tutorials on hearing aid maintenance and help with elderly fall prevention.
For further information, try out the Wheel Of Wellbeing and explore what we have to offer
If you would like to know more about the project get in touch at the following details:
- Tel: 0161 716 3396
- Email: MHMC.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Twitter: @MyHealth_MyComm
- Website: www.mhmc.penninecare.nhs.uk
A range of initiatives sit under the My Health My Community 'umbrella'. This includes:
Health and Wellbeing College
The Health and Wellbeing College launched on 4 July 2016.
It offers a range of recovery-focused educational courses, aimed at supporting people to recognise their potential and make the most of their talents and resources, through self-management.
Following a successful first semester, the college has moved to a new permanent campus base on Old Street in Ashton-under-Lyne (next to Trust HQ).
The college now offers courses to cover a mix of mental and physical health topics and life skills.
This will help people to deal with any health challenges they may experience and achieve the things they want in life.
To see the latest prospectus and enrollment information, or to find out more, please visit: hwcollege.penninecare.nhs.uk
You can also contact the college team at the following details:
• Telephone: 0161 716 2666
• Email: email@example.com
• Facebook: @Health and Wellbeing College
Children’s type 1 diabetes app and website
Children’s diabetes nurses from Bury, Oldham and Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale have helped to develop a website and app that will help children with type 1 diabetes to monitor their condition and support them to self-manage.
Parents, children and young people have been involved throughout the development of site and app, called Sugar3 (cubed), to ensure it meets their needs. It includes a number of features such as educational modules, remote consultation with nurses and appointment booking.
Further details are available at www.sugar3.nhs.uk
Children's asthma app
Much like Sugar3, the asthma app will support children to better manage their condition. It has been developed with health professionals and children who have asthma, to ensure it meets their needs. And launched January 2017 across HMR, Trafford and Oldham.
Further details are available at www.puffin.penninecare.nhs.uk
Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapy
The MSK page has been developed to help patients to self-manage their condition. It includes information leaflets, exercise videos and other links/resources. The direct link to the page is: http://www.mhmc.penninecare.nhs.uk/services/msk