Who do we help?
We offer a range of services especially for older people. When we talk about ‘older people’ we mean someone around the age of 65 or over, although some of our schemes provide help for people from the age of 55 (please have a look at the services in your area to find the specific ages for individual schemes).
What services do we offer?
We offer several services for older people:
- Floating support services – support available wherever you live, often enabling you to live independently in your own home; and
- Support along with a place to live which can also include extra care services; and
- Domiciliary care services (care in your own home).
Our services can help you to find and keep somewhere to live, or provide the support you need to live as independently as possible.
Our extra care schemes provide services and housing for people generally over the age of 65. These offer set hours of daily care, such as washing, dressing or help with medication. Domiciliary care offers the same kind of care but in your own home.
We aim to offer a service based on your particular needs, where you’re in control and take part in decisions. We’ll give you help and advice on activities to do with housing, skills you need to live on your own or specific areas such as our extra care and domiciliary services. Our goal is to help you fix any problems and achieve results.
For more information about this service please contact:
Freephone: 0800 066 5768