Social Prescribing A “Positive Prescription”

What is social prescribing?

Social prescribing allows health professionals like GP’s and clinical/practice nurses to prescribe a range of non-clinical services to help support individuals to take greater control of their own health.

It is designed to support people with a wider range of social, emotional or practical needs, focusing on both mental health and physical wellbeing.

Our Social Prescribing Program is Called “Positive Prescription”

We offer a “Positive Prescription” for patients and a system that allows medical professionals to refer individuals easily and very importantly, get feedback on the impact activities have on their social wellbeing, their physical health and their mental health. 

This is an evidence-driven approach that supports patients with an alternative, affordable and accessible means of education, advice and treatment. 

We address the underlying causes of poor health by providing a range of programs to address obesity, diabetes, poor mental health, self-esteem and social isolation. 

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