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Self-Management Research

Recent literature reviews have found that not all mechanisms to support self-management had equal outcomes and that some approaches were significantly more effective than others. They found strong evidence that proactive interventions focusing on behaviour change and supporting self-efficacy were associated with greater change and more sustained levels of behavioural and clinical benefits.

Program Evaluation
Self-management programs offered by the Ladner Office are evidence-based best practice programs approved by the US Administration on Aging, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Council on Aging. These programs have a strong science base and a successful track record of implementation in community organizations serving people living with chronic health conditions.