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Check your health

Keeping track of your health is important, but we don’t always find the time to get a
check-up. At Live Life Well it’s simple and easy to organise – you can Check your Health and lifestyle FREE.


Stop Smoking

Want to stop smoking? Did you know you are 4 times more likely to quit with support from a trained advisor. We can help you to find your local Stop Smoking adviser.


Healthy Eating

Making one small change to your family’s diet will make a big difference! Develop a personalised healthy eating plan, whether that’s to lose weight or feel better, we can help.


Sexual Health...

Find out about STIs, chlamidia, good sex and talking about sex. We offer advice and information on the risks of unsafe sex and can help organise STI testing.

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Learn more about how to live your life well and track the changes you are making in your life...

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Alcohol Awareness

Is drink sneaking up on you? We offer advice, information and support on safer drinking levels and information on specialist services.


Emotional Health
and Wellbeing

Find information on how to keep your mind and body healthy by completing one or all of our 5 Ways to Wellbeing...


Being More Active

Being more active each day helps us to stay healthy. Develop a personalised plan, become more active and reach your goal, we can help.


Find out more about our volunteering opportunities and how you can get involved with Live Life Well...

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Live Life Well

Live Life Well is a service commissioned by Sunderland City Council and delivered by County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with NECA.

Live Life Well are working in collaboration with Sunderland Jobcentre Plus staff to improve health and wellbeing. Following individualised ‘Check Your Health’ sessions with each member of staff and a presentation on healthy eating and weight management a display has been set up to help staff visualise the amount of sugar and fat in food, fizzy drinks and alcohol and what a portion size should look like.

A healthy body is important in maintaining good mental health as well as playing a key part in reducing the chance of diseases such as cancer, type II diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

If you would like a free individual consultation please contact us on (0191) 565 3482.
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Great work by our friends R Whitfield Easington Lane - promoting breast cancer awareness!

If you'd like more info, pop in and see them or visit:
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Are you aged between 15 and 25 years and live in the Hendon or Millfield area? Do you want to learn new skills, change career or improve your employment chances?

If so, get in touch with our friends at Keep Active NE C.I.C about their FREE training!
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Would you like to get the most out of the internet? Pop along and see our friends at Space4, who have a drop in session to help you get the most out of technology today! ... See MoreSee Less

Are you struggling to understand the world of the Internet? Come along from 10am-12.00 today and seek out knowledge that even your grandkids will be impressed with.

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Our client John Warrener from Carley Hill has successfully quit smoking and is already feeling the boost of confidence from the health benefits.

Well done John!
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Colin from Sunderland shares what it's like to live with COPD. If you would like help quitting smoking, call 0800 107 0741
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We are looking forward to joining our friends at the Healthy Steps Project tomorrow (Saturday 07/04/2018) to celebrate World Health Day 2018! ... See MoreSee Less

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