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One Small Step. To a healthier you.

Begin your health journey


Why should I take the online health assessment?

Completing our online health assessment can help you understand more about your health needs, prioritise them and use this website to find the right support for you. It also allows us to get a more detailed overview of who you are, what you need help with, and the best way we can support this if that is what you choose. 

It'll take approximately 10 minutes out of your day, and by the end of the assessment we will be able to understand and better prioritise your needs.

Once completed, you could gain the access to:

  • A better picture of your overall health
  • The tools to help you sustain your health improvements
  • A personalised health plan
  • Your own health coach

Click here to start your Assessment

What happens after that?

We can then either refer you directly into the OneSmallStep service starting with an appointment with one of our Health Coaches or signpost you to other relevant services or resources that will support you.

During the assessment you will be asked to create an account with dedicated username and login. This will allow you to easily access your assessment details and any plans or services we may agree on together. 

Take the assessment online or if you prefer call one of our team on 01392 908139 who can help you complete the assessment over the phone.

Success Story
Andrew's Story

Andrew was referred to OneSmallStep by his GP for support to quit smoking. Andrew suffered from liver disease for over two years and was told he had to quit smoking in order for his immune system to cope with a liver transplant.

Success Story
Daniel's Story

Daniel was referred to OneSmallStep through his community enabler to reduce his alcohol intake

I have learned better nutritional awareness, confidence in exercise ability and learning activities/exercise which can be done at home and maintained.

Success Story
Daniel's Story

Daniel was referred to OneSmallStep through his community enabler to reduce his alcohol intake

Alcohol
The Risks of Drinking Too Much

Regularly drinking more than 14 units of alcohol a week risks long-term damage to your health, and can impact other areas of your life as well.

Physical Activity
Chase the Rainbow

People everywhere are creating rainbows for their windows to brighten the day of people walking by. With the 1 exercise a day rule in place by the Government, this is a fun way to make a walk more interesting.