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Living with a long-term health condition or disability may mean you have to make adjustments to the way you live your life. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and taking advantage of the available support will help you to live well and do the things you enjoy.
The webpages in this section will connect you to information and advice to help you improve different areas in your life. Find out about the support available from your local wellbeing hub to help you to improve your physical and mental health.
Some people may benefit from making use of equipment or telecare technology to help them to manage their everyday tasks. There are different products available to help with a range of conditions and disabilities and to support you with different tasks such as bathing, preparing meals and moving around your home.
If you would like to explore work and learning opportunities visit our Training and Employment section for guidance and practical advice.
We also have specific information on common conditions and disabilities such as autism, learning disabilities, dementia, physical disabilities, sensory impairment, mental health and alcohol and drug misuse.
You can find local information including maps and guides, concessionary travel and community and rural transport on the County Council's Getting out and about pages.
If you live at home but find that it is becoming increasingly difficult to manage there are various care options that might make your life easier. Residential or nursing home care is one, or a different kind of accommodation may suit you better.
Information about finding care homes, and other care options, can be found by visiting the Care options area of the site.