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Wellbeing for Life

Wellbeing for Life - County Durham

What is Wellbeing for Life?

Wellbeing for Life is a service commissioned by Durham County Council and delivered by County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust and Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) who have years of knowledge and experience of working and supporting local people across County Durham.

Our service aims to empower you to tell us what's important to you and to support you to make choices that will benefit you and your life.

One-to-one support

Our Wellbeing Practitioners will work with you over eight to twelve sessions to set a health plan, which will include small achievable goals that you would like to achieve. The one to one sessions typically last for one hour and is time for you to focus on yourself and what support you would like from the service:

Group Support

Our Wellbeing Practitioners will work with you in a friendly group session, which typically lasts for one hour- in order to:

"Wellbeing is about your health, happiness, opportunities and your overall quality of life"

Visit https://www.wellbeingforlife.net/ or call 0800 87 66887 to find out more.

Click here to visit the Wellbeing for Life Youtube channel to access free virtual workshops.

Whether you want to learn about healthy cooking, manage your stress and resilience levels, get creative with crafts or you want to increase your physical activity - there's something here for everyone's abilities!

'I have to compliment everyone on their pleasant persona and their expertise and knowledge. By the end of the 5 days, I did not feel as though I had been in a hospital ward and was very relaxed.'

Patient, Ward 16 Orthopaedics, University Hospital of North Durham