MyLifeTool: Living with Long Covid

Stephanie Kilinc, Joanne Cole, Judith Eberhardt, Cheryl Delisser, Rachel Hext, Angela Marsden, Lisa Newson, Sam Rowlands, Rachel Batchelor, Dorothy Newbury-Birch, Mark Forshaw, Ben Gibson, Sue Becker, Lis Hammond, Mia Campbell, Jill Taylor

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MyLifeTool: Living with Long Covid is a self-management tool for people with long covid, developed in partnership with people with long-term conditions and long covid.
After consultation with people living with long covid, we believed that MyLifeTool could offer long-term coping strategies for the wide range of symptoms experienced by people living with long covid, including daily fatigue and brain fog. In collaboration with a steering group of people who are living with long covid, we adapted MyLifeTool by exploring the experience of living with long covid and its impact on a person’s body, mind and social activities.
This new self-management tool for long covid is based on the same philosophy as the original MyLifeTool. It sees self-management as a journey, an ongoing process that you approach from your own perspective, to fit with your life, aims and needs. There is no end point to this tool. It is designed to help you reflect on your journey, so it is important that you take time to come back to each activity you work through to see how you are progressing on your journey. The tool contains a scrapbook which you can use as a creative space to help you think about and reflect on your experiences.
Original languageEnglish
TypeSelf-management tool
Media of outputInternet
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jun 2023


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