Many things that affect our health can’t be fixed by a medical prescription. Like loneliness, isolation, or problems with money, housing or employment.
Social prescribing means connecting you to activities, groups and support that make a difference. From walking groups to debt advice, it’s about what matters to you.
Social prescribing can help you overcome the challenges that are holding you back. It can help you get active, develop confidence, and take control of your health.
How social prescribing can help
In these bitesize podcast episodes, hosted by Dr Radha, we hear from three people who have benefitted from social prescribing.