My COVID Recovery

Information and resources to help Nova Scotians understand and manage their health after having COVID-19.

Podcasts about Living with Post-COVID Syndrome

Since 2020, many Nova Scotians have been affected by COVID-19. A percentage of these individuals, despite recovery from COVID-19 illness, have continued to have long lasting symptoms. This condition is often referred to as Long COVID or Post-COVID Syndrome. Join host, Laura, as she discusses Post-COVID Syndrome with health professionals who are part of the Nova Scotia Health Post-COVID Self-Management Program. They will review some introductory information on what is known about Post-COVID including:

  • common symptoms
  • impact on day to day function
  • challenges of managing a chronic condition
  • strategies and supports available to better manage symptoms.

Guests include:

  • Stephanie, Physiotherapist
  • Liz, Occupational Therapist
  • Lorna, Clinical Social Worker

New to Podcasts?

Podcasts, like radio programs, are topical discussions, stories, news, or other content produced by an individual or group and made available to listen to via the Internet. Many radio programs will offer a podcast version. You can listen to a podcast whenever you want, rather than at a scheduled time like a radio show. You may download a podcast to your computer or mobile device. You may also listen to a podcast using your Internet browser.

You can listen to a single episode of interest, or subscribe (usually free) to get new content when it is available. There are a number of ways to subscribe to a podcast. You may want to subscribe to a podcast if you listen to regular episodes, or if the podcast is about a topic that interests you. If you are subscribed to a podcast, your podcast downloading software can show you when a new episode is available, so you don't need to check.

A good way to subscribe to podcasts is through a podcast manager.

Examples of podcast managers: