Being sociable is good for your physical and mental wellbeing and can help you to stay independent for longer.
If you have a disability, there are a number of disabled sports groups in the city, whether you want to participate or are a fan. You may also want to join Level Playing Field which promotes good access for fans.
Health walks are volunteer-led, 45 minutes to an hour long and take place across the city.
Age UK Salford runs a number of schemes including Critchley House cafe in Swinton, a befriending service and a history group.
Telephone Salford City Council's Health Improvement Service on 0800 952 1000 to find out about other befriending services.
You might even think about volunteering - a great way to meet new people.
Some cinemas have subtitled and audio-described films for people with sensory impairments. If you are disabled, you can apply for a Cinema Exhibitor Association (CEA) card which allows you to take a carer to the cinema for free.
Disability Arts Online is a web journal that gives disabled and deaf artists, performers, film-makers, writers, and critics a place to talk about developing artistic practice and accessing the arts.
The Heroes Project includes nightclub, radio station, recording studios and more, for people with learning difficulties.