HEALTH & WELLBEING: Self Care Week, 13 – 19 November

By Admin | 09/11/2017

HEALTH & WELLBEING: Self Care Week, 13 – 19 November
The health stalls will be based in Rotherham Hospital’s main entrance

This Self Care Week, 13 – 19 November, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust will host a range of health care information stalls to share more about how you can look after your health and stay fit and well.

The health stalls will be based in Rotherham Hospital’s main entrance and include:

Monday 13 November
•         Headway - brain injury support and services
•         Places for People
•         Healthy Living Team
•         Eye Health Advice
•         Fire Safety Advice
•         Age UK

Wednesday 15 November
•         Blood Pressure Testing by our Cardiac Team
•         Yorkshire Smokefree
•         Age UK
•         BreathingSpace – respiratory support
•         Carers 4 Carers
•         Adoption & Fostering Services
•         CAMHS Mental Health Service

Thursday 16 November
•         Healthwatch
•         Alzheimer’s Society
•         Cross Roads Care
•         Samaritans
•         TRFT Alcohol liaison Service
•         Fibromyalgia Support group

Carrie Kelly, Associate Medical Director at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust, said: “In the run up to Self Care Week, and as we approach Winter, we are reminding people of how important it is to look after themselves. No one wants to be in bed with aches and pains and no one wants to spend time in hospital. There are small things we can all do to help us to stay feeling fit and well such as eating healthily, exercising regularly and staying warm.

“It’s a good idea to make sure you have a well-stocked medicine cabinet to help you look after yourself if you do begin to feel poorly. Useful things to have in stock are cold relief products, pain relief such as paracetamol and bandages, plasters, and non-absorbent cotton wool.”


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