There are many benefits of getting out and about if you have a long term health condition.

The various groups, activities and services in Bath and North East Somerset will help you to keep active and involved in your community. If you have already got a care and support plan, it may include some of these groups, classes, activities and services.

If you have not yet spoken to anyone about your care and support needs, find out how to get information and advice about care and support so you can learn about what groups, activities and services might suit you best.

Well Aware

Wellbeing Options supports people in Bath and North East Somerset to live full and independent lives. Here you will find information about local care providers, services and activities, along with links to other useful websites and resources
 

If you struggle to get around without support, don’t let that stop you from getting out and about. Find out about the transport schemes on offer locally if you find it hard to get around and use public transport.

Have you spoken to someone yet about what care and support might make life easier? Find out how to get information about care and support that is available locally.

If you have Multiple Sclerosis, please contact the Sirona care & health MS nurse clinic. Click here for details.

If you have a long term neurological condition or you are recovering from a stroke, please contact the Sirona care & health community neuro and stroke service.

If you require specialist nursing at home for conditions like cancer, diabetes, Parkinson’s, MS, MND, tissue viability or chronic heart failure, contact the Sirona care & health specialist nursing team.

If you are aged over 80, the Sirona Active Ageing service will help you manage your long term condition.

Visit our work and learning section to find out about:
- support to get you into work, training or a course of study.
- support to help you stay in work or training if you are struggling because of your long term health condition.

Visit our staying in your own home section to find out about support to get you back on your feet after a spell in hospital. There is also information about equipment and support to help you live safely and comfortably at home.

If you feel that your medical needs mean that you need to move out of your current home, find out what your options our in our where should I live? section.

Find out about support for carers if you are looking after someone with a long term health condition.

Find the information or support you are looking for on Wellbeing Options - a website containing lots of useful information about local care providers, clubs, services and activities, along with links to other useful websites and resources.

Find out about cycling activities for people with differing needs at Odd Down Cycling Circuit Bath. Tel. 01225 396433

You may want to sign up for the NHS expert patients programme for support and advice on managing your condition. 

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