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Get Help To Get Active

Designed for ‘inactive adults’, doing less than 30 minutes of moderate activity per week and living with a long-term health condition.

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Our aim is to support and encourage you to increase your levels of physical activity by offering 3 levels of support. Starting from self-care signposting to psychologically informed behaviour change sessions, dependent on the individual’s needs.

Our service is designed for ‘inactive adults’, doing less than 30 minutes of moderate activity per week and are living with a long-term health condition. From January 2020 the long-term eligible conditions have widened to include any long-term health condition or disability therefore making this service accessible to all those who require support.

The team at OneLife Suffolk understand that being physically active can be very challenging, particularly if you are faced with a long-term condition.  We are here to provide the tools & information to enable you to gradually increase your activity levels, in a safe & effective way.

You can contact your local active lifestyle practitioner on the number below, please note that our practitioners are very busy and will respond to your enquires as soon as possible.

Connor
Active Lifestyle Lead & West Suffolk 07585 446496

Tyler
Active lifestyle Practitioner – Waveney -Mobile: 07826 517525

If you have any urgent questions, please see our FAQ’S or Call our client services team on 01473 718193

We’ve added the new Active at Home Booklet from Public Health England. It provides practical guidance to older adults on staying active during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Connor explains how we support inactive adults living with long term health conditions

Connor Active Lifestyle Lead


“If physical activity were a drug, we would refer to it as a miracle cure, due to the great many illnesses it can prevent and help treat.”

from UK Chief Medical Officers
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