Heart failure patients often grapple with depression, a condition that significantly affects their quality of life and leads to higher hospitalization rates and increased mortality. Additionally, there's a prevalent lack of self-care practices among these patients, which includes important behaviors like exercise, maintaining a healthy diet, adhering to medication plans, and actively monitoring symptoms.
Our project introduces a pioneering solution that aims to tackle both of these challenges. Through our innovative Self-Care module, we provide heart failure patients with access to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Self-Care Education.
Our primary mission is to enhance mental well-being and promote effective self-care among these patients, ultimately resulting in an improved quality of life and reduced risk of hospitalization.