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Live Well Hull.

Hull City Council launches new one-stop shop website for adult care and support

A one-stop shop website for people to find information, advice and support for adults has been launched.

Live Well Hull has replaced the former Hull Connect to Support website.

The website has advice and information on how to:

  • get out and about
  • stay healthy and active
  • stay independent at home 
  • care for someone
  • find out how to get assessed for adult social care support
  • find local groups, activities and services in the area

Live Well Hull is a joint initiative between Hull City Council’s Adult Social Care and Public Health teams, The Forum, as well as partners from the voluntary and community sector. All the information previously hosted by the Hull Connect to Support website can be found, as well as new information including Safe Places, accessibility, transport, daytime opportunities and a community directory to find local groups, activities and services.

A new ‘drop in’ service, the Adult Social Care Information and Advice Hub, has also opened. These are run by the Adult Social Care’s Community See and Solve Team who are the first point of contact for people living in Hull who require support, advice or services. The team consists of Social Workers, Social Care Advisors, Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants. Their aim is to provide people the most appropriate support, information and advice to help them to maintain their independence.

Residents in Hull can access the drop-in sessions at both the Orchard Centre and Bransholme Health Centre every Wednesday, between 10:30am and 4:30pm. No appointment is necessary, and a Social Care Advisor will be available to discuss what is important to those individuals who wish to speak with somebody surrounding their care and support needs. For more information, please visit

Richard Cumbers, Head of Prevention Advice, Information and Access in Adult Social Care at Hull City Council said: ‘’We are very pleased with the new Live Well website and we have worked hard to make the content as accessible as possible through tools such as the recite function, which can dictate content to visitors. The team are keen to meet with and offer support to people who visit us at the Orchard Centre and Bransholme Health Centre.’’

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