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Health conditions

There are a range of conditions which can affect your health, wellbeing and daily living.

For information about specific conditions or living with your condition please see:

Where can I find local services?

To find services in your area:

More information and details about the services that are available where you live and a list of local GPs can be found on the NHS Choices website.

If you are an older person who needs any non urgent information or advice about your health issues, you can call the Age UK helpline on 0800 169 6565.

Your local pharmacists can advise you on minor ailments or illnesses.

Additional support

Product and equipment advice

AskSara can help you to find useful advice and products that make daily living easier.

Manage your health

This is an app that supports people to manage their condition. It can be used on an android or apple device.

It answers commonly asked questions from patients. Clinicians answer these questions for you.

It uses computer-generated characters to demonstrate key points to help manage a condition, such as an effective inhaler technique for asthma.

Healthwatch

Healthwatch acts as an independent voice of local people. It’s their job to listen to your experiences of health and social care services. They will use this feedback to help change and improve these services.

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Latest social care and health news

Roadmap to normality could be short-lived if rules are ignored

As many children return to the classroom for the first time in months and Covid cases reach a Staffordshire five-month low, the council is keen to underline the need to keep on track and stick to the rules.
Date:
08 March 2021

Tamworth Covid cases head in the right direction

Tamworth residents are being thanked by Tamworth Borough Council and Staffordshire County Council for their efforts in helping bring Covid cases down.
Date:
05 March 2021

Council is confident that Staffordshire residents will do the right thing

Health chiefs at the county council are confident that the people of Staffordshire will do the right thing and demonstrate caution as the first easing of lockdown rules come into place on Monday.
Date:
05 March 2021

Regular Covid Testing Encouraged as All Pupils Return to School

Teachers, parents and secondary school children are all being encouraged to get regularly tested for Covid, as schools open to all pupils next week.
Date:
03 March 2021

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