Welcome to Talking Health Taking Action: Your One Stop Shop for Self-Management Support
The House of Care illustrates what can be done to help meet the challenges of ever increasing numbers of people living longer with one or more long term illnesses.
We help make the House of Care a reality by working with organisations to help them develop the capacity they need to support people living with long term conditions develop self-management knowledge, confidence and skills.
We have over 20 years' experience of helping organisations establish successful, thriving, local self-management programmes delivered by and for people living with long term conditions.
Over the years we have worked with colleagues to identify four easy steps to programme success.
Purchase your 3-year license to deliver community interventions here.
The following community interventions are available:
Recruit train and support people to deliver community interventions.
Use the national quality standard (SsQ2) to develop your programme.
Generate Support for your programme to ensure its longer-term sustainability.
Join the Stanford University Coordinators' Network here for peer support, advice and guidance from other managers of Stanford Programmes.
Talking Health Taking Action was founded by Jane Cooper-Neville and Jean Thompson, MBE in 2011. The story didn't start there though ...
We help make the House of Care a reality by working with organisations to help them develop the capacity they need to support people ...
After more than 30 years, the Stanford Patient Education Research Center is closing and moving off campus ....
The Stanford Coordinators' Network supports providers of Stanford programmes across the UK & beyond
For additional information on the range of services we provide please contact us