Where: Dorothy Hyman Sports Centre, Dearneside Leisure Centre, Hoyland Leisure Centre, Metrodome Leisure Complex and Royston Leisure Centre.
Do you have a long term health condition or are you pregnant? Did you know that being more active could improve your health and wellbeing?
Our Health Referral Scheme is a great way for people with long term health conditions to increase their activity levels with the support of our highly qualified staff. The Health Referral Scheme is a 12 week programme which can be attended at any BPL centre in Barnsley and offers the opportunity for you to attend supervised activity sessions to manage and control your health. Physical activity is a proven method in the management and improvement of certain low risk medical conditions, as well as a prevention of other health risk factors.
Any health Professional can refer into the programme or you can self-refer online using the form below. Once we receive your referral we will contact you to arrange your free initial consultation where we will discuss the programme, find out more about you such as your lifestyle and what you want to achieve and then take basic health measurements. We will then design a suitable personalised exercise programme for you to follow each time you attend and arrange your first exercise session where we can show you your programme . At week 12 we will arrange for you to attend your final assessment where we will re-take your measurements to evaluate the impact the programme has had upon your health, as well as discussing the options to allow you to continue to exercise with the support of our Fitness Instructors.
Our referral criteria:
If you have one or more of the following conditions then we may be able to help you get active:
- Cancer (Remission)
- Controlled Asthma
- Controlled Type II Diabetes
- Hypertension (130-139/85-89 and not medication controlled)
- Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
- Mild Depression/Anxiety
- Mild Osteoarthritis
- Mild Osteoporosis
- Mild Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Obesity (BMI 30+)
- Pre & Post Operation
- Simple Mechanical Back Pain
Regular exercise can help you to:
Exercise During Pregnancy:
Did you know that exercising during pregnancy will help you to feel fitter, have more energy, sleep better, manage your weight and improve your self-esteem as well as helping to reduce back pain, stress and anxiety.
Health Referral Scheme Enquiry
To make an enquiry about our Health Referral Scheme, please complete the form below.