Be more active

Staying active has many benefits. It can help with stress, fatigue and pain. This section helps you find ways to keep moving.

Regular movement can lift your mood, make you feel more in control, and relieve symptoms of an illnesses or treatment. In this section you will find services like social groups and transport. Precious Time lists services for a wide range of people and situations. Most are open to all types of people, including people with a specific illness, carers, family, friends and people who are grieving. There are services for communities, cultural groups and people who speak languages other than English.

Conversation starters

What is important to you?

The important things in life, and daily life, are different for every person and can change. Here are some examples of things to think or talk about.

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What helps you feel at your best?

Feeling strong, comfortable and happy are big factors in people’s mental wellbeing and therefore their experience of illness and the end of their life. Here are some examples of things to think or talk about.

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