Living with a chronic disease can be difficult. Whether you or a loved one lives with the disease, we are here to help. Family Medicine offers free six-week Living Healthy Classes, led by trained facilitators. These classes help you develop action plans and healthy coping skills in a judgement free environment.
About the Class
The curriculum covers a number of topics including exercise, nutrition, stress management, and important questions to ask your doctor. This spring, we will have a series of classes at the Family Medicine Center and in Orange, Chatham and Alamance Counties. Each participant will receive a free book when they join the class, as well as an incentive for each chapter.
See for Yourself!
Still unsure if the class is right for you? Take a moment to watch a video that details a few minutes of a typical class and shows what you might expect by clicking this link: http://go.unc.edu/LivingHealthyVideo
You can also hear a past participant talk about their experiences with the class and what it did for her by clicking here: https://go.unc.edu/LHtestimonial
Sign up today
Times and dates for classes sponsored by UNC Family Medicine in Fall, 2018 will be announced soon!
There are on-going classes at UNC Rex Hospital
NC Heart and Vascular Hospital
Patient Education Center, 2nd Flr
4420 Lake Boone Trail
Raleigh, NC 27607
Click here to register
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Brochures and more info
Living Healthy is modeled after Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. To learn more about its development, visit the website here.
Classes also offered in Wake and Johnston counties: http://www.ccwjc.com/living_healthy.asp