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Because the right solution, or set of solutions, is not always obvious, we recommend that you look at the "finding help" page.  However, if you simply want to browse the solutions, they are listed below.

 

How to raise concerns about the safety and wellbeing of a vulnerable adult.
Someone to speak up for you.
Opportunities for support, companionship, and practical help.
Bereavement affects people in different ways, there is no time limit and there is no right or wrong way to feel. We have advice on where you can go for help and support if you have lost a loved one.
Many people have problems controlling their bladder or bowel. This can have a real impact on daily life.
There is a lot of equipment that can help you to carry out daily living tasks; everything from walking aids to grab rails.
How to get out and about and stay in touch with others.
Adapting your home to meet your needs could make it easier to get around or carry out daily tasks.
You can get help to run your home.
Advice on how to be safe and secure in your home.
Information for when you are going into or coming out of hospital.
Care homes are not the only option to consider, there are other housing options and many ways you can get help to stay in your own home.
Advice and help to keep you safe in your home.
Personal care means getting help with your daily routine from getting up in the morning through to going to bed at night.
How to reduce the risks of trips and falls.
Sometimes, you just need a bit of help to get back on your feet. We call this 'reablement'.
Page last updated: 17/04/2018 16:13
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