PATH

PATH

Personal Action Toward Health (PATH)

PATH provides the skills and tools to manage chronic health conditions. People who participate in PATH workshops are better equipped to face the daily challenges of living with one or more chronic conditions. PATH is a six-week series facilitated by two trained leaders who have chronic conditions themselves.

Through PATH you’ll learn to deal with the challenges of not feeling well, talk to healthcare providers and family members, overcome stress and relax, increase your energy, handle everyday activities more easily, stay independent and set goals.

Better Choices Better Health is available online to help you learn ways to manage your health or help a friend or family member.

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