Breast cancer and heart problems devastated Mary. But a simple piece of telehealth equipment in her home that keeps an eye on blood pressure, weight and general health means Mary now sees fewer health professionals and has greater confidence.
A heart attack and pneumonia took Alan to hospital and he now lives with heart failure and the anxiety this caused. Since he has had telehealth equipment he has the confidence to monitor his condition. Alan is reassured that the care navigators will contact him …
Trevor has brittle bones and he’s also experienced anxiety and depression as well as a nasty bout of bronchitis. He’s a very independent person but needed a lot of visits from health professionals for pain management. Our service has helped Trevor get his independence back …
Anne has been battling depression for a long time. The recovery college at Hope Street has helped to transform Anne’s life. With great activities and support, Anne has changed her life for the better.
A heart attack forced Anne to stop work and her diabetes got out of control, leading to her being registered as blind. Anne lost interest in daily activities and then she received a call from care navigation.
From a young age Steven was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In this video, he explains how the condition has affected his life and how our services have helped him cope.
Pat has adjusted to living with cerebral palsy and lives independently in her local community. With extra help and assistance from occupational therapy, she is reaching her potential and encouraging others to do the same.
Heart failure and atrial fibrillation saw David lose interest in life and he spiralled into depression. David now has telehealth equipment in his house so that the care navigation service can monitor his health and wellbeing every day. He learnt about depression and now feels …
Dean has been suffering from schizophrenia and also has learning disabilities. In this short video, Dean explains how the Newhaven hospital helped him with his recovery.
Jane’s depression meant she suffered from anxiety, low mood and paranoia. The pathways scheme at the recovery college in Kirklees has helped Jane improve her mental well-being.