Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation is proud to be a part of the up-and-coming Active Lives programme, aiming to support people living with joint pain.
Working with both Live Well Wakefield and West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership, the project aims to tend to those living with MSK (Musculoskeletal) and other joint-related issues.
According to the World Health Organisation, around 1.71 billion people have Musculoskeletal problems worldwide, with the conditions being a leading contributor to disability across the globe.
This is causing early retirement from work, lower levels of well-being and reduced ability to participate in society.
As a Foundation, we are committed to ensuring that everyone, no matter their condition, is supported in limiting the problems caused by MSK.
From Monday, 1st November, our Health, Wellbeing & Inclusion department will launch a 12-week programme looking to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of individuals as well as making sure participants have a greater awareness of how they can self-manage their conditions with a reduced reliance on pain medication.
To find out more about what each session will consist of, please see the flyer below, or to register your interest please email email@example.com.