Learn to manage symptoms of long-term health problems
Are you struggling with fatigue or pain?
Are you experiencing symptoms that are affecting your daily life?
Are you feeling overwhelmed with managing a health condition?
Join PATH — Personal Action Toward Health — an interactive six-week workshop to help you learn new skills to manage long-term health problems and live healthier. These workshops are evidence-based and led by certified leaders. They are open to faculty, staff and their families.
Who should attend:
PATH workshops are for you if you have:
- High blood pressure
- Ongoing pain or fatigue
- Kidney disease
- Back pain
- Other long-term health problems
- Or are a caregiver to someone dealing with any of these conditions
Workshop dates and location:
A new six-week workshop series starts April 29. To get the most out of this experience, you are encouraged to attend all six weeks.
Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, April 29 – June 24
Where: KMS Building, 3621 S. State St., Ann Arbor
Time: Noon – 1 p.m.
If you need any kind of accommodation to fully participate in this workshop, please make sure to specify this when you register.
PATH workshops at U-M are provided through a partnership between MHealthy, Michigan Partners on the PATH and the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan. The workshops are run by the State of Michigan’s Michigan Healthy Program.