Health & wellbeing

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This page is for information about health and wellbeing services and projects provided by Stroud District Council only.

  • bullet-listpng Coronavirus

    The latest updates and advice.

  • healthpng Exercises you can do at home

    Whatever age you might be, why not try these exercises at home, by yourself or with your family.

  • tickpng Activities you can do at home

    Resources you can use at home with your family.

  • healthpng Healthy lifestyles scheme

    Information on GP Exercise on Referral, Cardiac Rehab, Respiratory Rehab, Cancer Rehab & Fall Prevention schemes

  • constitution-greypng Health and wellbeing plans

    Stroud District Council have a number of plans that impact on the health and wellbeing of our residents.

  • panelpng Health and Wellbeing Partnerships

    We have two productive and well attended wellbeing partnerships in Stroud District - Know Your Patch and the Stroud District Health & Wellbeing Partnership. Both meet quarterly and have very active mailing lists for information exchange.

  • telephonepng Careline

    Our Careline system is a way of getting help through your telephone system quickly and efficiently 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • communual-facilities-greypng Dementia friendly district

    We are working towards becoming a dementia friendly district. Check out this page for activities happening in the area.

  • bullet-listpng Stroud district health profile

    Every year Public Health England publish statistics on the nation's health. Data for each district is compared with Gloucestershire and English national statistics.

  • healthpng Active for Life - Equipment Loan Scheme

    The Active for Life adapted sports equipment can be used to increased Mobility, coordination, mental health, wellbeing and increased social activity. This might be particular helpful in care settings or community groups aimed at older people. All of the equipment can be used sitting or standing and it easy to set up

  • padlockpng Safeguarding people

    Safeguarding adults and children is everyone's responsibility.

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