Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP)

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP)

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP)
Improves Lives in Nevada

 

The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) helps participants learn self-management skills needed to help deal with the symptoms of their chronic condition and with the life role changes and emotions experienced when living with a chronic condition.

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) Improves Lives in Nevada The Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) helps participants learn self-management skills needed to help deal with the symptoms of their chronic condition and with the life role changes and emotions experienced when living with a chronic condition. The emphasis of the workshop’s curriculum is to help people: manage common problems such as fatigue; communicate with friends, family, and providers; deal with anger and depression; and design and maintain a healthy eating and exercise plan. In addition, participants learn disease related decision-making and problem solving skills. The most important outcome of…
VOLUNTEER PROGRAM for CDSMP: PROGRAM MISSION: Volunteers work to share their program information with members of the community, from individuals and families, to groups and agencies, and to the corporate and medical fields. The ultimate goal is to encourage and assist those in need to take advantage of the help available for chronic diseases. Questions? Do you have regular extra time available for offering assistance to others? Are you interested in these programs? Can you offer patience, compassion, dependability and maintain confidentiality? Are you able to follow directions and limit your discussions with clients to only what you have learned?…
Nevada State Profile The Evidence-Based Disease and Disability Prevention Program increases older adults' access to effective interventions that helps to reduce their risk of disease, injury, and disability. In 2010, the Recovery Act Chronic Disease Self-Management Program expanded state-led partnerships involving the aging and public health networks to implement evidence-based prevention programs at the community level that help older adults better manage their chronic diseases. This profile provides a brief synopsis of how each state and community organizations are delivering evidence-based prevention programs to meet the needs of the older adults and communities they serve. The Recovery Act Chronic Disease…
"CHRONIC DISEASE SELF-MANAGEMENT PROGRAM" (CDSMP) / Workshops Learn to better manage these problems and others to experience a happier, healthier life. Questions? Do you live with a chronic disease? Do you experience frustration, fatigue, pain, depression, denial or isolation? Do you miss work occasionally, or often, due to your disease? Are you a caregiver who would like to better understand the issues? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the "Chronic Disease Self-Management" Workshop might just be for you!
CDSMP - The Purpose of the Program Self-management programs provide older adults with education and tools they need to help them cope with chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, or arthritis. The programs help participants manage stress, discuss the benefits of physical activity and good nutrition, help participants communicate more effectively with health care providers. Participants develop action plans related to these topics through structured planning and feedback exercises. Since older adults disproportionately experience chronic diseases, the U.S. Administration on Aging supports the dissemination of self-management programs for chronic diseases by awarding grants to states. State governments…
Partner Name & Contact Information Access to Healthcare Network MAIN LINE 775-385-2345 Lyon County Human Services MAIN LINE 775-577-5009 x15 State Health Insurance Assistance Program MAIN LINE 800-307-4444 ADRC Partner Name & Contact Information Access to Healthcare Network, North MAIN LINE 775-385-2345 Access to Healthcare Network, North Eastern NV MAIN LINE 775-753-4085 Churchill County Senior Center MAIN LINE 775-423-7096 Nevada Senior Services MAIN LINE 702-333-1553 Lyon County Human Services MAIN LINE 775-577-5009 State of Nevada - Aging and Disability Services Division Health Promotion & Disease Prevention Coordinator MAIN LINE 702-486-4581
It is FREE! CDSMP is an evidence based program developed by Stanford University. Participants meet for 2.5 hours, once a week, for six weeks at various facilities around the valley. Workshops are also offered in Spanish. Two trained individuals facilitate the meetings. Participants share concerns and successes and work together with the facilitators to learn more about how to improve their situation. For Enrollment Information Call: St. Rose Hospital: 702-616-4900 Aging and Disability Services Division: 702-486-4581

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