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About OneSmallStep


Looking to make a change and get healthy?

We know it can be difficult to know where to start. Perhaps you are a smoker who would like to cut back or even give up for good? Or you might want to aim for a healthier weight but can’t find the time or motivation. Do you need support to get more active? And are you worried about your drinking? Whatever your goal, OneSmallStep can help.

OneSmallStep is the service set up and funded by Devon County Council to guide and support you through small steps to change. By looking at the process in small steps, we believe it can be much more achievable!

OneSmallStep offers support when and how you need it with information, advice and guidance available online, by telephone and through coaching so you can start making small changes to feel healthier today.

What is your next step?

Take our online health and wellbeing assessment which will help us understand more about you and your health needs. Depending on what you tell us one of our Health Coaches will be in touch to help you take those first steps. Alternatively we'll signpost you to the right support and service for you.

For more information contact us at 01392 908 139 or hello@onesmallstep.org.uk.

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Success Story
Roly's Story

“I was about to undergo local surgery for sepsis when I saw the OneSmallStep leaflet in my GP waiting room. I knew I needed some extra support so I called the freephone number.”

Take advantage of this you won’t regret it, its brilliant. The exercises are superb and the nutritional advice is highly informative. It does change your views and habits. Makes you more aware when shopping for food. Recommended.

All the support you need to help you take the first step to a healthier life

Success Story
Daniel's Story

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

Health
Looking after your health and wellbeing at home

Your health and wellbeing is important, especially during Covid-19. You may be self-isolating, working from home or socially distancing yourself from others, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be healthy, happy and in a good mental space.

Stop Smoking
Smokers with Covid-19 are 14 times more likely to develop severe disease.

Gov UK recently released a study from China that shows the impact of Covid-19 on smokers and the people around them who are exposed to the second-hand smoke.