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Council seeks volunteers to test innovative long-term condition tool

Do you have a long-term health condition?

Do you want to help yourself to better health and wellbeing?

Would you be willing to share your opinions on an exciting new project we’re developing in Kirklees?

If you’ve answered ‘yes’ we’d like you to try our innovative, new website which has been designed for local people living with a long term health condition like diabetes, asthma, long term pain, anxiety or depression.

Managing a long term condition is never easy but with the right help and support, it is possible to learn to self-manage and lead a better quality of life.

To help you feel more in control of your health we’ve developed myhealth.tools which offers practical information, tools and coping skills so you can make better informed choices.

We need your help!

We’d like you to try myhealth.tools at one of our user testing sessions and tell us what you think about it.

Your feedback will help us shape the content before we launch it to the public.

We are holding sessions in the following locations:

Paddock Community Trust
• 30th September, 1.30pm to 3:30pm
• 1st October, 10am to 12 noon
• 1st October 1pm to 3pm

Disabled Peoples Electronic Village Hall (Dewsbury Town Hall)
• 8th October, 10am to 12 noon
• 8th October, 1pm to 3pm
• 10th October, 1pm to 3pm

The sessions are free of charge but space is limited.

To book your place or for more information, please contact:
Julie Hunneybell Phone: 07773763482
Email: Julie.hunneybell@kirklees.gov.uk

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