Support if you employ someone with a disability

Disability support: Condition Management Programme

Guide

The Condition Management Programme helps those with a health condition manage symptoms to allow progress towards, move into and stay in employment. The programme is led by healthcare professionals, such as occupational therapists, physiotherapists and mental health nurses.

The Condition Management Programme (CMP) gives support and advice to help people manage conditions including:

  • arthritic complaints
  • back and neck problems
  • chronic fatigue
  • depression
  • pain
  • stress
  • heart, circulatory and respiratory disorders

The programme helps to:

  • increase understand health conditions
  • improve day to day functioning for those affected by health conditions
  • increase confidence in those affected by health conditions
  • improve your prospects of returning to work or staying in work

It offers advice, education and support on:

  • dealing with stress, anxiety, low mood and depression
  • coping with pain and fatigue
  • relaxation techniques
  • communicating with confidence
  • developing a healthier lifestyle
  • exploring potential options that will help you progress towards employment or help you make a successful return to work

Further information

If this support is something that you think you or your staff could benefit from see further details, including eligibility and how to apply, on the Condition Management Programme.

Developed with:
  • Department for Communities