Getting Support for Heart failure

Being told you have heart failure can be a shock. You might feel scared, anxious, depressed or angry. You might feel like you can’t enjoy the things you used to, or that you can’t cope with everyday life. If you feel this way, you should talk to your doctor or another medical professional who can help you find support.

There are support services and charities that can all help make life easier. You could also join a heart support group. Here, you’ll be able to talk to other people with heart conditions and share your experiences.

For more information, see the web links below for Shropshire Services and National Services which include web links for each service provider listed. 

Relevant Topics

Heart Failure

What is Heart Failure?

Treatment for Heart Failure

Getting Support for Heart Failure

Eating and Drinking and Heart Failure

Heart Failure Services

Shropshire Services & Support Groups - Heart Failure

National Services - Heart Failure

 

Self Care and Support

Self Care and Support - Introduction

Self Care and Support - Aims

Shropshire Services & Support Groups - Self Care and Support

National Services - Self Care and Support

 

Wellbeing Plan (Care Plan)

Wellbeing Plan (Care Plan) - Information

Wellbeing Plan (Care Plan) - Document Sections