We offer a variety of Outpatient and Community services supported by specialist qualified staff, which aim to provide you and your family with practical, emotional and therapeutic support.

We have several wellbeing programmes and holistic support services, aimed at improving your quality of life and reducing your physical symptoms as well as addressing practical, emotional and psychological concerns.

Our current services include;

– Our Wellbeing Programme, supported by healthcare professionals to assess and support your individual needs. We work with you throughout the programme to support and enhance your physical, practical and emotional health and wellbeing and set personal goals, all with the aim of improving your quality of life and supporting you to live with your condition.

– Our Nurse-led Outpatient Clinics for induction and introduction to services. We have a private, confidential space where we can talk to you about how you are feeling. We can offer Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Coping Skills and Talking Therapies on a one-to-one basis (by appointment only).

– Our Wellbeing Assistant Practioner leads a Step Easy Walking Group, Strength and Balance, Relaxation (Adapted Tai Chi), Fatigue Management, Seated Chair Exercise and Individual Nutrition Advice.

– Our Complementary Therapy Sessions support you and your carer(s). Therapies include; Therapeutic Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Reiki and Indian Head Massage. These therapies aim to provide relaxation, reduce tension, stress and anxiety and contribute to a sense of wellbeing (by appointment only).

– Our Musical Memories Sessions: You will listen to your favourite songs/pieces of music with others and share memories or feelings of what the music evokes.

– Our Music Makers Music Therapy Sessions: Individual and group sessions available. Playing an instrument has many health benefits including; reduced stress levels, improved concentration, promote wellbeing and works on manual dexterity as well as hand-eye coordination but most of all, it is a fun social interaction that requires no previous musical experience.

Wellness Together
Our Wellness Together programme is supported by our specialist Outpatient team and designed to support you; providing emotional and practical support, social inclusion and gentle activities. Activities include; a variety of Music Therapies, Adapted Tai Chi and Complementary Therapies, as well as ongoing support aiming to improve your health and wellbeing and help you to live well with your condition.

Caring for Carers
Our Carers’ Café supports families and carers affected by someone living with advanced illness and end of life disease. The Carers’ Cafe provides an opportunity for you to relax, unwind, meet other carers, as well as our team, who can offer information, support and advice. We also offer complementary therapies throughout the Carers’ Cafe (no appointment necessary).

Support Groups taking place in our Outpatient Department include:
MS Support Group and Bereavement Support Group.

Weekly Schedule:

– Carers Cafe: Drop-in between 11am – 3pm
– Wellness Together: 1pm – 3pm

– Wellbeing Programme (Referral only): 10:30am – 2:30pm

– Wellbeing Programme (Referral only): 10:30am – 2:30pm

– Nurse-led Clinics (By appointment only)
– Strength & Balance (Referral only): 10:00am
– Chill & Chat MS Support Group with MS Society Lanarkshire, a monthly drop-in service which meets on third Thursday of each month from 12:00pm – 2:30pm
– Bereavement Support Group (Referral only) which meets fortnightly – every second Thursday from 2:00pm – 4:00pm

– Nurse-led Clinics (By appointment only)
– Adapted Tai Chi: 11am. Drop-in service – no referral required.