Getting out and about and staying in touch with friends and family can help you stay active, independent and well.
Being well can reduce your need for care and support services.
Asking friends and people in your community is the best way to find groups and activities you can join. This is important because loneliness is bad for your health.
The 'love bus'
Once a week, older people in Irlam and Cadishead take the number 100 bus to Warrington market. It gives them a chance to catch up, renew friendships and plan their busy social lives. They've named it the 'love bus'.
Find out what's going on with Salford City Council's services and activities directory.
In Eccles, people are getting together in Morrisons café, in Swinton at Critchley café (opposite the Post Office), where they're having a bite to eat while they catch up.
Contact the council's Health Improvement Service which can give you the support you need to make positive changes.
Adult Social Care is now provided by Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.