Onelife Suffolk services have now ceased delivery in Suffolk. Our company Morelife UK Ltd operate nationally providing valuable health information and interventions, for further information about our services and what we do please visit more-life.co.uk
The OneLife Suffolk service contract is coming to an end in September 2023 and this means that from April you will experience some changes.
Because of these changes Onelife Suffolk will be offering Slimming World as its only adult weight management offer from 1 April to 30 September 2023.
If you are currently part of an active 12-week group, or waiting to start a OneLife adult weight management programme, you will be offered a transition into Slimming World or our physical activity service, Get Help to Get Active, who can offer you appropriate support to enable you to continue your lifestyle improvement journey.
For those with complex needs who require additional support, we will offer extra individualised one-to-one assistance including Zoom, telephone, and – where available – short face-to-face appointments in the community.
All clients affected will be contacted by our practitioners over the coming weeks to provide more information about this transitional offer. There will also be changes to the countywide healthy behaviours offer from 1 October 2023, which will be communicated over the coming months.
We remain committed to helping you to live longer healthier and more active lives.
Want 12 weeks of FREE Slimming World membership?*
Slimming World and OneLife Suffolk share a common goal – to help the people of Suffolk live healthier lives. Through our partnership we are excited to offer 12 weeks worth of Slimming World membership for FREE!*
*Subject to the eligibility criteria
Find out more information HERE.
By reducing your weight by 5 – 10 % you could significantly decrease your risk of conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes.
A record number of people in the UK are living with Type 2 diabetes. This figure has more than doubled since 1996. Sadly, many people will experience potentially preventable complications because of diabetes, simply because they don’t know enough about their condition and how to manage it.
The good news is, if you’re at risk of Type 2 diabetes there are lots of small changes you can make to prevent diabetes from developing in the first place. The first thing to do is find out if you are at risk.
Find out if you’re one of over 5 million people in the UK who are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. To find out more about how to prevent diabetes, please visit the NHS National Diabetes programme: www.england.nhs.uk/diabetes/diabetes-prevention/