Understanding the elements that affect patients
The residential course is the result of working with patients and funded research over the last 9 years, this has developed a thorough understanding of the elements affecting patients and carers i.e. anxiety, depression, isolation, weight gain, pain issues and sleep disturbance etc. Our residential wellbeing course was designed for vasculitis patients and offers a toolkit of resources delivered by our panel of wellbeing experts.
As this course is fully booked for residential guests, if you would like to join our 2020 course as a day guest, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
** FULLY BOOKED ** 16th & 17th May 2020
The course is held at the stunning Rowallan Castle in Ayrshire. The venue was chosen as the perfect respite setting due to its countryside location for our vasculitis wellbeing courses.
Our 2 day wellbeing course provides accommodation and catering for patients and carers. Our programme of wellbeing and self management activities include light exercise, relaxation, positivity, diet, sleep, pain management etc. At the end of day 1 there is social time for patients and carers to meet others in a relaxed and informal setting.
What does the course cover?
Take time out of your life in order to take control of your vasculitis, and your life. Our expert team of therapists will provide short sessions on self management topics designed to empower and support patients:
Our Next Course
The Welbeing Course is scheduled for 16-17 May 2020 and costs only £40 per person. This is a contribution towards supporting the charity on the cost of running the course. The patient and carer accommodation, catering and course expenses are funded by The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation.
To book the course please fill out the and submit the form below. You can either pay online via PayPal or call the office to arrange payment on 0141 404 1184.
Your Booking Details
Due to the popularity and limited spaces on the course, please be aware that attendees are unable to attend two consecutive courses.