Live Well Cheshire East

These pages contain a range of information on how to stay healthy, together with information on health conditions and what to do if your circumstances change (e.g. if you have just had a baby).

Cheshire East has a wide range of activities that residents are able to access in their local community or area. Many are provided through voluntary, community or faith organisations, who can also provide mutual help and support, and taking part in community activities can help people to become part of their local networks.

By connecting people and communities in this way we strengthen our community assets, reduce social isolation and enable local people to experience greater wellbeing..

We want to help you to stay independent for as long as possible. Live Well Cheshire East provides a wealth of information and advice to help you maintain your wellbeing and improve the choice and control over the care and support you need.

Cheshire East Council, together with its partners from Voluntary, Community, Faith and social enterprise organisations, provide services that can support you to retain your independence and live at home for as long as is safely possible. These pages explain more of what kind of support is available and provides links to various providers and organisations who can provide this support.

People Helping People

Can you spare an hour an week?

We are looking for Volunteers who would like to connect with other people in their local community. As a volunteer, you will be supported every step of the way

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Free health and wellbeing checks

Cheshire East Council has launched a brand-new mobile health and wellbeing service to help residents improve their health, fitness, and wellbeing. The council is working with the NHS and other local partners to offer a new health and wellbeing service to employees in businesses across Cheshire East.

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Shared Lives

Could you share your home, family life and activities you love with an adult who needs extra support due to age, illness or disability? We are recruiting Shared Lives carers.

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We want to know what you think of accessing health and well being information. You can send us your feedback or suggest a service.