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Managing Chronic Disease

Our program to assist in managing chronic disease is as individual as you are. No two people have the same life experience and medical history and your health issues need to be treated on an individual basis.

The aim of our program is to develop positive long-term behavioural change and healthy lifestyle choices. This is done after you have identified your individual goals and lifestyle requirements and, together with you, we will develop an action plan that suits your needs and assists you in achieving the outcomes you hope to achieve.

The package of support provided for you may include:

  • Lifestyle coaching
  • Risk factor minimisation education and supports
  • Individual exercise programs
  • Links to Social and Recreational and Community Activities
  • Self Management Programs
  • Advice and Education

For more information, please contact us on 1300 22 44 77

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ACH Group

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3 days ago
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Have some time on your hands at the moment? Why not enter this photographic competition?
Through the Lens is the annual Senior Card photographic competition and exhibition hosted by Office of Ageing Well, SA Health .
Entries are open to over 400,000 Seniors Card members throughout SA until 30 July.
For more information head to: www.sa.gov.au/seniorscard/photo
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Have some time on your hands at the moment? Why not enter this photographic competition?
Through the Lens is the annual Senior Card photographic competition and exhibition hosted by Office of Ageing Well, SA Health .
Entries are open to over 400,000 Seniors Card members throughout SA until 30 July. 
For more information head to:  www.sa.gov.au/seniorscard/photo