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Supporting Communities has worked effectively for one year. Advising, supporting, enabling and ultimately empowering Communities to take control of their own health and well-being. As the independent body in the holistic health, we have been delivering essential services to all at the highest level without prejudice.

Our Philosophy 

Aayogyam, together with our partner and support groups,  creating a culture in which we all feel safe, healthy, and valued, and can reach our full potential. To accomplish this, aayogyam has set a clear vision, with a shared purpose and common goals.

Our Vision

Complete health & Wellbeing.Together.


Our Mission

To support integrated and evidence based self care  with in health and social care services, achievable and sustainable for all.


Our Values

Accountability, Compassion, Excellence, Integrity and Respect– are at the heart of everything that we do. Our core value inspire, empower and guide how we work together with individuals, families, communities, professional services and each other.

Our Supported


Supporting to achieve long term goals of Health and Social Services, Aayogyam integrated self care makes the most of the expertise, capacity and potential of people, families and communities in delivering better outcomes and experiences. 

Integrated self care care takes a whole-system approach, integrating services around the person including health, social care, public health and wider services. It provides an all-age approach from maternity and childhood right through to end of life, encompassing physical health, mental and social health. It incorporates the contribution of communities and the voluntary and community sector to support people and build resilience.

With integrated self care, we aim to ​

  • improve people’s health and wellbeing, joins up care in local communities, reduces pressure on stretched NHS services and helps the health and care system to be more efficient.

  • helps people with multiple health conditions make decisions about managing their health, so they can live the life they want to live, based on what matters to them, as well as the evidence-based, good quality information from the health and care professionals who support them

  • recognises that, for many people, their needs arise from circumstances beyond the purely medical, and will support them to connect to the care and support options available in their communities.

  • brings six different parts of the health system together based on a growing evidence base of what has worked in shared decision making, personalised care and support planning, enabling choice, social prescribing and community based support and personal health budgets and integrated personal budgets.

Support Partners

Aarogyam (UK) CIC is supported by a network of partners within the UK’ and Internationally. Our support and collaborative partners included government agencies, business support and innovation organisations and the community organisations.

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Our Impact

In a year since formation,  we supported 900+ service users throughout Leicestershire, London and Birmingham. 80% of these local people and families have been through most of support system. 


  • 600+ people supported since the Covid-19 Lockdown started; 400+ self-referrals and 200+ referrals from local organisations including local health services. 

  • 396+ adults and older adults participated in 6-weeks sessions of pain management and mental health support; as part of our Integrative Pain Management.

  • 226+ women who have experienced domestic abuse, violence and assault were supported through our breathe free program. 

  • 50+ research papers and presentation with academic and NHS partners to document impact and efficacy of program during lockdown, post Covid recovery and support intervention for people living with long term illness. 

  • 96% of participants recommend us. *based on our survey. We conducted community opens workshops and talks,  lots of new information for participants, including self help and self management. The majority of participants told us they felt confident, less alone, more informed, and empowered after attending our programs. 

  • Based on our reports, average 6 weeks, almost 86% of participants manages chronic pain with self efficiency. They feel confident to work independently.  

  • On an average, in 8-weeks, almost 90% domestic violence survivors  had significant decrease in pain complaints, anxiety, depression, stress and better improvement in general quality of life domains. 

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