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  1. Health and wellbeing

    Introducing Suffolk's Public Health and Communities team: Find out about the work of the Public Health and Communities team and priorities for improving health and reducing health inequalities in Suffolk. Please take a look at the video
  2. Healthy sleep tips for children

    Good sleep is important for your child's physical and mental wellbeing. A relaxing bedtime routine is one important way to help your child get a good night's sleep. Relaxation tips to help sleep Doing the same relaxing things in the same order and at the…
  3. Help to stay at home

    How to live independently at home, including equipment and adaptations, meals, personal assistants, money and debt advice, and returning home from hospital. Adapting your home to work for you You may be able to make adaptations to continue living independently at home for longer. Find…
  4. Help with paying for childcare

    There may be some help with paying for childcare through the following: Childcare element of Working Tax Credit:  Contact the tax credit helpline on 0345 300 3900. Childcare Vouchers You exchange a part of your salary for childcare vouchers with Tax and National Insurance savings. You will need to discuss…
  5. Housing

    Help to stay at home How to live independently at home, including equipment and adaptations, meals, personal assistants, money and debt advice, and returning home from hospital.
  6. How adult social care can help

    Adult social care in Suffolk, care and support assessments, housing support, care homes, advocacy, DoLS, moving from children's services and how to contact us. Advocacy Find out what advocacy means and how to get advocacy for yourself or someone you look after. Care and support…
  7. How can I avoid scams?

    Scams are created to trick you into handing over money or personal details. They can be targeted at businesses or individuals. Victims are often left feeling a sense of shame and social isolation, but don't feel embarrassed as it can happen to anyone.
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