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Birmingham

Health Exchange has been working in Birmingham since it was founded and currently offers the following services around the City:

Breastfeeding Peer Support

Since 2011, we have been working in partnership with maternity wards at Heartlands, Birmingham Women’s and City Hospitals to support the initiation and continuation of breastfeeding amongst new mothers.  

Living Well, Taking Control: Pre Diabetes

With partners, we have developed a unique approach to helping people at risk to avoid developing Type 2 Diabetes. We call it Living Well, Taking Control: Pre-diabetes and following a trial of the programme with patients in Birmingham on behalf of the South Central Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the programme has now become Healthier You: the NHS Diabetes Prevention programme. We are now one of four providers of this programme across the UK.

Living Well, Taking Control: Type 2 Diabetes

Health Exchange’s Type 2 diabetes programme is designed to be educational, but in a relaxed environment. Participants discuss various aspects of their lives that could be adjusted to bring about better health.
The group meets for four weekly sessions, which cover a range of topics related to both managing and de-escalating their condition.

Feel-Good Mental Wellbeing Support

Our Feel Good Psychological Wellbeing Service adopts a ‘feel good model’ to promote a sense of wellbeing at initial contact and throughout the case formulation, support and exit strategies. We offer counselling and various other modes of support. 

Wellbeing Coordinator

Working with over 50s and those who care for another person, our Wellbeing Coordinator service engages clients in positive conversations, empowering them to improve their physical, mental and social wellbeing.

 

Birmingham Office (also Head Office): Health Exchange, Avoca Court, 27 Moseley Road, Digbeth, Birmingham, B12 0HJ