Let’s Talk

Let’s Talk program is a prevention and self-management program on Arthritis, Stroke, Cancer, Pains, Aches, Radiation and Weight Loss. A support community specifically designed that gives you the confidence to manage your condition regardless of the situation, remember there is always hope.

Are you interested in receiving information and advice directly to you from health experts and patients living with your condition? Looking for that little bit of extra support to improve your quality of life and learn how to better manage your symptoms? 

Register your interest today and be among the support community where you ask experts for guidance, treatment mode, emotional impact, share  experiences and knowledge.

Whether you want to share your own experiences of managing arthritis, stroke, cancer, pains, aches, radiation and weight loss or learn more about the challenges and successes others have experienced, the Let’s talk support community will connect you with real people who share the same everyday experiences.

Sometimes it is comforting to know that you are not alone. Our support  community is packed full of stories, friendly advice and resources that can really help you feel part of a positive community.

If you want to talk about your experiences, listen to others, answer questions or share information, our support  community is the right place for you.

Let's Talk

Let’s Talk About Stroke

A community sharing experiences and knowledge to make life with stroke easier.

Have You Had a Stroke? A stroke comes from bleeding or a blood clot in the brain. Strokes can cause problems that you don’t know about.
The 29th of October is observed as the World Stroke Day every year. 80% of strokes and heart disease are preventable. Knowing your risk is the key to stroke prevention. There are steps you can take to reduce the risk of stroke which include

  • Having regular check ups
  • Changing your lifestyles
  • Knowing the Risk factor.

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Let’s Talk About Arthritis and Pains

Our arthritis & pain forum provide you with the opportunity to discuss and share your personal experiences as well as the opportunity to support others who are coping with the very real physical and emotional burden of living with arthritis and pains.
Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints that causes pain and immobility, ranging from mild to severe. There are over 100 types of arthritis but the most common forms are osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA) (also known as rheumatic arthritis) and fibromyalgia. 
The 12th of October is observed as the World Arthritis Day every year.
People of all ages are living with arthritis, not just the elderly. Sometimes it can be helpful to talk to someone else who really understands what it is like to live with arthritis.
The program is a prevention, therapeutic and self-management program on Arthritis and Pains designed specifically for those living with excruciating pains and wants to know more about joint pain & arthritis and how to improve your symptoms & pain? Join the conversation.
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Let’s Talk About Weight:

A step-by-step guide to conversations about weight management with children and families for health and care professionals. The 26th of October is observed as the World Obesity Day every year. Obesity is a global health issue and has taken an epidemic proportions.

Why talk about weight
The role of health and Care professionals in child and family weight management. As a health or care professional, you are in a unique position to talk to young and old people with excess weight (overweight and very overweight), that you come into contact with through your work, about weight management to prevent ill-health.

Children and young people with excess weight (overweight or very overweight) are more likely to be ill, be absent from school due to illness and require additional health care support than children and young people of a healthy weight.
Some of these children and young people (very overweight, also referred to as obese) are more likely to become obese adults, and have a higher risk of morbidity, disability and premature mortality in adulthood.
Excess weight in childhood can be associated with conditions such as bone and joint problems, pre diabetes, poor psychological and emotional health and many children and young people experience bullying linked to their weight.
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Let’s Talk about Radiation and Cell Phone

Cell Phones, {especially smart phones}, emit a large amount of EMF radiation and microwave radiation while you are using them.
The amount of radiation absorbed by the body is measured in the form of a SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) that is intended to be a comparative number to allow us to compare the dangers of various devices.
As cell phones get smarter and smarter, the amount of EMF radiation they emit continues to go up. Cell phone has revolutionized our life by allowing us communicate wirelessly anytime and anywhere. Cell phone radiation and other devices has become one of the most pervasive problems worldwide, Despite its many advantages, mobile phone is considered as a “Health Time Bomb”.
Our support community is a bridge that will result in changing the general environment, including encouraging citizens to adopt a positive safe phoning attitude and usage of other devices that emit this hazardous EMF Radiations.
The issue is no longer whether the Electromagnetic frequency (EMF) waves emitted by mobile phones, computers, microwaves, antennas are dangerous to health, but how to protect ourselves and help people proactively manage their health and well being by providing clear and reliable precautions about cell phone radiation risks.
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Let Talk About Cancer

Our support community encourage learning and discussion about cancer prevention, early detection, and support for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, family and friends. 
The body is made up of many cells. Our body constantly makes new cells. These cells help us grow and keep us strong. Sometimes things can go wrong with cells. They can grow into lumps (tumours) called cancer. Cancer can spread to other parts of the body but the good news is that many cancers can be cured if found early.
Treatment is generally simpler if cancer is detected early, and this is why people are encouraged to take part as recommended in cancer screening programs (breast, bowel, cervical) and see a doctor or health worker rather than ignore symptoms of possible cancer.
The 4th of February is observed as the World Cancer Day every year.
Other people who have experienced cancer found these things useful.

  • Rest or sleep for short periods during the day.
  • Try light regular exercise, such as short walks.
  • Spread out daily activities and ask others to help.
  • Eating good, healthy food is important for your body and mind. It is important to eat well and drink lots of water when you are having treatment for cancer.

Don’t feel bad about sharing your feelings. Come join us and let’s talk to other people who have had cancer.

Let Talk About Environment

The 5th of June is observed as the World Environment Day every year and environmental discourse is on the front burner these days.
This is due to the fact that the environment has suffered so much degradation especially from pollution which has given rise to a disturbing Global Warming. The Ice Sheets in Antarctica, Ice Land and indeed in the entire North Pole is fast disappearing at an alarming rate that the environment is already loosing some animal species due to habitat loss.
There’s a reason we refer to the earth as ‘Mother Earth’ because like our mother who looks after the house and our well being similarly the Earth through the environment is providing us with all that we need.
Since we repay our Mother with good deeds, we also need to repay Mother Earth by conserving what she gives us. We don’t really pay much attention as yet to the importance of our environment, unless there is a change in our attitude that will positively impact on our environment, this might be the folly that may wipe away the future.
Let’s hope that a day never comes where our natural ‘fog’ will turn to ‘smog’ and ‘World Environment Day’ will become ‘World Environment Remembrance Day’.
Let’s live up to the slogan ‘Green and Clean’. We still have time and let’s use this precious time correctly and start preserving what we have now at every level of the community as environmental change affects all and spares none. 
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