Keep well and active

Find support to stay healthy, social and independent in your community, including advice on volunteering, work, falls, disabilities and mental health.
Find support in your area
Stay social, active and independent by finding groups, clubs, activities and services in your local community.
Stay healthy and active
You can remain independent for longer by living a healthy lifestyle, eating well and keeping fit through exercise.
Getting out and about
Find out about public and community transport options to help you stay connected, social and independent.
Staying independent with sensory and physical disabilities
Support to stay independent, which includes information about mobility and accessibility, public toilets, driving and Blue Badge parking.
Volunteering, work and learning
Volunteering opportunities in Suffolk, help to get work, employment support, training, education and grants and funding.
Falls and fall prevention
Learn about the causes of falls, what impact they have, and what you can do to prevent them.
Suffolk Dementia Strategy 2024-2029
Find out about Suffolk’s Strategy to support people with dementia, their carers and families and how you can make a difference.

Staying active at home

It's important to keep well and active if you're spending most of your time at home.

The Active at Home booklet below could help you to stay independent, reduce risk of falls, prevent health conditions worsening, get a good night's sleep and keep your spirits up.

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