Living alone with a chronic illness or health condition
You may have been living alone with an illness or health condition for time, and feel like you need a bit more support, or you may have been recently diagnosed. You may also be new to living by yourself!
When you live alone with an illness or health condition, you may find your everyday life impacted in a number of ways. For example, you may need help with shopping, cleaning, getting out and about, and / or with personal care. You may be managing pain, fatigue or anxiety, juggling medical appointments, and possibly trying to manage your career at the same time. We also know that living with a chronic illness can mean coming to terms with the impact of your condition on your ability to live your life as you would like to.
In other words, there’s a lot to think about!
Starting to live well, alone
Living alone is a very different way of life, and it can sometimes feel overwhelming no matter what your circumstances. We’ve pulled together a few articles which may be useful as a starting point: