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Condition
Cancer
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Cancer Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with cancer.

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

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Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

COPD
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COPD Patient information leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with COPD.

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

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Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Dementia
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Dementia Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with dementia.

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Depression
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Depression Patient information leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with Depression.

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Type 2 Diabetes
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Diabetes Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with type 2 diabetes.

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

MM-Icons-Worksheet

Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Falls and Frailty
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Falls and Frailty Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with a susceptibility to falls or frailty

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

MM-Icons-Worksheet

Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Inflammatory Rheumatic Disease
Patient Information

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

Inflammatory Rheumatic Disease Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with inflammatory rheumatic disease.

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Ischaemic Heart Disease
Patient Information

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

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Ischaemic Heart Disease Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with ischaemic heart disease.

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

MSK
Patient Information

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

Musculoskeletal Pain Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with a lower limb amputation.

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Primary Prevention
Patient Information

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

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Primary Prevention Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people.

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Stroke
Patient Information

Step counting

This simple and progressive 12 week walking programme, developed by the 'PACE-UP' trial team is proven to help increase walking and health in the long term

Stroke Patient information leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people who have had a Stroke.

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

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Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Amputee
Patient Information
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Lower Limb Amputee Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people with a lower limb amputation.

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Prosthetics Home Exercise Booklet

This booklet details a number of exercises that are being undertaken by lower limb amputees and was developed as part of the Active Hospital Project at Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust.

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

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Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Pregnancy
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Pregnancy Patient Information Leaflet

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for people who are pregnant.

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Use a diary

Creating a personalised monthly schedule helps work out where, when and how someone can start to fit opportunities to become more active into their own life

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Young Person
Condition
Asthma
Patient Information

Action planning

Action planning can be a great intervention for young people ready to make medium to long-term goals. Self-determination theory is relevant to adolescents, and leveraging social support, whether in the form of parents or other family members can often be beneficial in promoting physical activity to this age group.

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Asthma parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with asthma.

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Asthma patient information leaflet for young people

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for young people with asthma.

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Goal Ladder

Young people are able to make medium to long term goals. A goal ladder allows the breaking down of these goals into smaller more achievable targets. For example, a child may want to play football with their friends as more long term aim but may be worried that may not be able to achieve this.

An example of this may look something like this:
Step 1 – Get a football
Step 2 – Get more confident at kicking a ball by myself
Step 3 – Play football with family member – becoming more confident
Step 4 – Play football with friends

The attached goal ladder provides a document to support help children do this.

Physical activity diary with self-monitoring

Adolescents are able to make plans and set goals into the future, which does not occur in younger years. Using self-determination theory by self-monitoring can also be applied here, with adolescents being able to rate how they are doing on a day to day basis.

Cancer
Patient Information

Action planning

Action planning can be a great intervention for young people ready to make medium to long-term goals. Self-determination theory is relevant to adolescents, and leveraging social support, whether in the form of parents or other family members can often be beneficial in promoting physical activity to this age group.

Cancer parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with cancer.

Cancer patient information leaflet for young people

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for young people with cancer.

MM-Icons-Progress

Goal Ladder

Young people are able to make medium to long term goals. A goal ladder allows the breaking down of these goals into smaller more achievable targets. For example, a child may want to play football with their friends as more long term aim but may be worried that may not be able to achieve this.

An example of this may look something like this:
Step 1 – Get a football
Step 2 – Get more confident at kicking a ball by myself
Step 3 – Play football with family member – becoming more confident
Step 4 – Play football with friends

The attached goal ladder provides a document to support help children do this.

Physical activity diary with self-monitoring

Adolescents are able to make plans and set goals into the future, which does not occur in younger years. Using self-determination theory by self-monitoring can also be applied here, with adolescents being able to rate how they are doing on a day to day basis.

Diabetes
Patient Information

Action planning

Action planning can be a great intervention for young people ready to make medium to long-term goals. Self-determination theory is relevant to adolescents, and leveraging social support, whether in the form of parents or other family members can often be beneficial in promoting physical activity to this age group.

Diabetes parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with diabetes.

Diabetes patient information leaflet for young people

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for young people with diabetes

MM-Icons-Progress

Goal Ladder

Young people are able to make medium to long term goals. A goal ladder allows the breaking down of these goals into smaller more achievable targets. For example, a child may want to play football with their friends as more long term aim but may be worried that may not be able to achieve this.

An example of this may look something like this:
Step 1 – Get a football
Step 2 – Get more confident at kicking a ball by myself
Step 3 – Play football with family member – becoming more confident
Step 4 – Play football with friends

The attached goal ladder provides a document to support help children do this.

Physical activity diary with self-monitoring

Adolescents are able to make plans and set goals into the future, which does not occur in younger years. Using self-determination theory by self-monitoring can also be applied here, with adolescents being able to rate how they are doing on a day to day basis.

Epilepsy
Patient Information

Action planning

Action planning can be a great intervention for young people ready to make medium to long-term goals. Self-determination theory is relevant to adolescents, and leveraging social support, whether in the form of parents or other family members can often be beneficial in promoting physical activity to this age group.

Epilepsy parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with epilepsy.

Epilepsy patient information leaflet for young people

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for young people with epilepsy.

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Goal Ladder

Young people are able to make medium to long term goals. A goal ladder allows the breaking down of these goals into smaller more achievable targets. For example, a child may want to play football with their friends as more long term aim but may be worried that may not be able to achieve this.

An example of this may look something like this:
Step 1 – Get a football
Step 2 – Get more confident at kicking a ball by myself
Step 3 – Play football with family member – becoming more confident
Step 4 – Play football with friends

The attached goal ladder provides a document to support help children do this.

Physical activity diary with self-monitoring

Adolescents are able to make plans and set goals into the future, which does not occur in younger years. Using self-determination theory by self-monitoring can also be applied here, with adolescents being able to rate how they are doing on a day to day basis.

Mental Health
Patient Information

Action planning

Action planning can be a great intervention for young people ready to make medium to long-term goals. Self-determination theory is relevant to adolescents, and leveraging social support, whether in the form of parents or other family members can often be beneficial in promoting physical activity to this age group.

MM-Icons-Progress

Goal Ladder

Young people are able to make medium to long term goals. A goal ladder allows the breaking down of these goals into smaller more achievable targets. For example, a child may want to play football with their friends as more long term aim but may be worried that may not be able to achieve this.

An example of this may look something like this:
Step 1 – Get a football
Step 2 – Get more confident at kicking a ball by myself
Step 3 – Play football with family member – becoming more confident
Step 4 – Play football with friends

The attached goal ladder provides a document to support help children do this.

Mental Health parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people struggling with their mental health.

Patient information leaflet to support young people with their mental health

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for young people with mental health challenges.

Physical activity diary with self-monitoring

Adolescents are able to make plans and set goals into the future, which does not occur in younger years. Using self-determination theory by self-monitoring can also be applied here, with adolescents being able to rate how they are doing on a day to day basis.

Obesity
Patient Information

Action planning

Action planning can be a great intervention for young people ready to make medium to long-term goals. Self-determination theory is relevant to adolescents, and leveraging social support, whether in the form of parents or other family members can often be beneficial in promoting physical activity to this age group.

MM-Icons-Progress

Goal Ladder

Young people are able to make medium to long term goals. A goal ladder allows the breaking down of these goals into smaller more achievable targets. For example, a child may want to play football with their friends as more long term aim but may be worried that may not be able to achieve this.

An example of this may look something like this:
Step 1 – Get a football
Step 2 – Get more confident at kicking a ball by myself
Step 3 – Play football with family member – becoming more confident
Step 4 – Play football with friends

The attached goal ladder provides a document to support help children do this.

Obesity parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people who are struggling with their weight.

Physical activity diary with self-monitoring

Adolescents are able to make plans and set goals into the future, which does not occur in younger years. Using self-determination theory by self-monitoring can also be applied here, with adolescents being able to rate how they are doing on a day to day basis.

Physical Activity information

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for young people.

Child
Condition
Asthma
Patient Information
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Activity Wheel

Children can pick an activities which they would like to do and brings an element of fun when choosing what to do. This can be done spontaneously and with the family.

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Asthma parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with asthma.

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Asthma patient information leaflet for children

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for children with asthma.

Idea board

This allows children to be creative and chose what activities that they may have seen on TV or in a magazine and bring them to life.

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Reward Chart

The reward chart provides aprogress incentive for children to use with the support of their parents/guardians. When an activity is achieved a smiley face can be drawn or sticker will be received in the appropriate box.

Cancer
Patient Information
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Activity Wheel

Children can pick an activities which they would like to do and brings an element of fun when choosing what to do. This can be done spontaneously and with the family.

Cancer parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with cancer.

Cancer patient information leaflet for children

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for children with cancer.

Idea board

This allows children to be creative and chose what activities that they may have seen on TV or in a magazine and bring them to life.

MM-Icons-Worksheet

Reward Chart

The reward chart provides aprogress incentive for children to use with the support of their parents/guardians. When an activity is achieved a smiley face can be drawn or sticker will be received in the appropriate box.

Diabetes
Patient Information
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Activity Wheel

Children can pick an activities which they would like to do and brings an element of fun when choosing what to do. This can be done spontaneously and with the family.

Diabetes parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with diabetes.

Diabetes Patient information leaflet for children

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for children. with diabetes

Idea board

This allows children to be creative and chose what activities that they may have seen on TV or in a magazine and bring them to life.

MM-Icons-Worksheet

Reward Chart

The reward chart provides aprogress incentive for children to use with the support of their parents/guardians. When an activity is achieved a smiley face can be drawn or sticker will be received in the appropriate box.

Epilepsy
Patient Information
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Activity Wheel

Children can pick an activities which they would like to do and brings an element of fun when choosing what to do. This can be done spontaneously and with the family.

Epilepsy parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people with epilepsy.

Epilepsy patient information leaflet for children

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for children with epilepsy.

Idea board

This allows children to be creative and chose what activities that they may have seen on TV or in a magazine and bring them to life.

MM-Icons-Worksheet

Reward Chart

The reward chart provides aprogress incentive for children to use with the support of their parents/guardians. When an activity is achieved a smiley face can be drawn or sticker will be received in the appropriate box.

Mental Health
Patient Information
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Activity Wheel

Children can pick an activities which they would like to do and brings an element of fun when choosing what to do. This can be done spontaneously and with the family.

Idea board

This allows children to be creative and chose what activities that they may have seen on TV or in a magazine and bring them to life.

Mental Health parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people struggling with their mental health.

Patient information leaflet to support children with their mental health

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for children with mental health challenges.

MM-Icons-Worksheet

Reward Chart

The reward chart provides aprogress incentive for children to use with the support of their parents/guardians. When an activity is achieved a smiley face can be drawn or sticker will be received in the appropriate box.

MM-Icons-Progress

Workbook for an active lifestyle

This workbook combines building motivation to change, resilience strategies and action planning to support people increasing their physical activity levels

Obesity
Patient Information
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Activity Wheel

Children can pick an activities which they would like to do and brings an element of fun when choosing what to do. This can be done spontaneously and with the family.

Idea board

This allows children to be creative and chose what activities that they may have seen on TV or in a magazine and bring them to life.

Obesity parent, school and carer leaflet

This information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on enabling physical activity for children and young people who are struggling with their weight.

Physical Activity Information

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for children.

MM-Icons-Worksheet

Reward Chart

The reward chart provides aprogress incentive for children to use with the support of their parents/guardians. When an activity is achieved a smiley face can be drawn or sticker will be received in the appropriate box.