This year's Self Care Week starts on Monday 18th November 2019
Living Well, a joint programme between the Bradford Council and the three NHS Bradford District and Craven Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) aims to make it easier for everyone, everywhere, every day to live a healthy and active lifestyle.
This year's theme is 'Think Self Care for Life' and there are events planned across the Bradford district:
Living Well advisors will be at these events to give everyone a warm welcome, lots of helpful information, free health MOTs and resources to help people look after themselves and stay well, also the Pulse Radio events team will also be attending with music and fun activities for everyone to enjoy.
Living Well starts with staying well, they are asking everyone to join the Make One Change Challenge.
The challenge involves making small changes to our everyday lives that can add up to make a big impact on your health and wellbeing. The changes are simple and easy to make; maybe cut down on sugar or alcohol, exercise more, watch less TV, or make more time to spend with family and friends.
Living Well weekly planners will be offered to everyone at our events, these show ideas to help people get started and are asking everyone to use #MakeOneChange on social media to tell us about the changes they are planning to make.
Cllr Peter Cockindale, Keighley Town Mayor will attend the event at Airedale Shopping Centre on Monday 18th November at 11.30am and Cllr Doreen Lee, the Lord Mayor of Bradford will be attending the event at Broadway Shopping Centre on Thursday 21st November at 12.30pm.
The NHS 10-year Plan highlights a key role for pharmacists in the prevention of health inequalities.
These events are organised by Living Well, a joint programme between the Council and the three NHS Bradford district and Craven clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
You can find out about these events and others that are being organised in Bradford District and Craven by visiting: www.mylivingwell.co.uk/events
For more information, please contact: 01274 438884 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org