Social Prescribing for Cycling
by Bike for Good Claimed
Our social prescribing for cycling programme is delivered in partnership with Alliance Scotland and their network of community links practitioners (CLP’s). CLP’s identify patients and refer them to us to take part in our weekly health improvement cycling sessions.
These sessions are delivered on a 1:1 basis every week over the course of 10 weeks. From taking part in these sessions, participants will see improvements in their mental and physical wellbeing along with an increase in confidence and decrease in social isolation and feelings of anxiety. After completing a 10 week course, participants will have all the skills and confidence needed to cycle independently.
These sessions are currently only available through Alliance Scotland’s community link practitioners and no booking is otherwise available. If you would like more information about the Social Prescribing service, please contact the Health & Wellbeing Lead Ali for further information.
Last updated 12/07/2021
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This service is under the category: Sports & Games , Exercise & Get Fit , Outdoor Pursuits , Neurological Conditions , Physical Health Issues , Cancer , Addiction , Disability , Physical Activity , Conditions , Health & Social Care Services , Mental Health Issues , Activity