We offer a variety of Outpatient and Community services supported by specialist qualified staff, which aim to provide patients and their families with practical, emotional and therapeutic support.
We have several wellbeing programmes and holistic support services, aimed at improving quality of life and reducing physical symptoms as well as addressing practical, emotional and psychological concerns.
Please note: these services require a referral from a Healthcare Professional unless otherwise stated. For information on our drop-in services, click here.
– Our Wellbeing Programme, supported by healthcare professionals to assess and support patients’ individual needs. We work with patients throughout the programme to support and enhance their physical, practical and emotional health and wellbeing and set personal goals, all with the aim of improving their quality of life and supporting them to live with their condition.
– Our Nurse-led Outpatient Clinics for induction and introduction to services. We have a private, confidential space where we can talk with patients about how they 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 (drop-in), Strength and Balance, Adapted Tai Chi (drop-in), Fatigue Management, Seated Chair Exercise and Individual Nutrition Advice.
– Our Complementary Therapy Sessions support patients and their carers. 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 Bereavement Support Group meets fortnightly (every second Thursday) between 2pm – 4pm.
Referrals will be made by Healthcare Professionals and must meet the following criteria:
- Living in Lanarkshire with progressive disease or life limiting illness
- Able to mobilise with or without aid, unassisted
- Cardiovascular instability
- Pulmonary hypertension
- Any other uncontrolled health condition which may affect ability to exercise safely
- Cognitively unable to take part in class
- Participants who are unable to monitor or modify their exercise level or technique or follow advice