Services in Adults Care & Support (999)

  1. Looking After Yourself

    Being able to look after yourself can help you to stay independent, but by doing things like keeping your feet in good condition, you can also reduce the risk of falls. As you get older, or if you have a health condition that affects your mobility, everyday things like getting dressed in the morning might…
  2. Losing your hearing?

    Hearing loss is more common than you may think. In the UK, around one person in six is deaf or hard of hearing. There are several ways to tell that your hearing is going. The most common cause of hearing loss is ageing. Nearly 42% of those…
  3. Maintaining your Home

    Maintaining your home is an important part of living independently. Making sure your home is safe, warm and secure helps to keep you well in your home and prevent risks, such as falls.​ ​ Family and friends​ It might be worth talking to family or close friends about helping you…
  4. Manchester Discretionary Childcare Fund

    A limited pot of discretionary childcare funding is available to support parents or carers of pre school age children to attend regular appointments or sessions as part of a package of support. Only professionals can apply for discretionary childcare funding such as Health visitors, Support…
  5. Medication Management

    While taking medication is a necessary part of many people’s lives, it’s often easy to get distracted and forget to take them. Not only can this have an effect on the condition you are taking them for, but can also lead to or cause other issues, such as increasing the risk of a fall.​ Here are…
  6. Multi Agency Domestic Abuse Toolkit

    Do you work with people who may be experiencing domestic violence and abuse?The toolkit will hopefully make your job easier, by giving information you need to advise on matters such as legal advice and housing options, in one easy to find document.  View the toolkit…
  7. Options for dealing with your debts

    Find out what options are available if you can't pay your debts. You'll be asked questions about: How much you owe, your assets (eg property and possessions) and your income. View the support information on the GOV.UK website.
  8. Personal Care

    Personal care includes activities such as getting washed, dressed and taking care of your eyes and feet. If you are getting older or you have a health condition that reduces your mobility, personal care tasks can be difficult.​ ​ We understand that being able to do these tasks for yourself is an important part of maintaining…
  9. Physical Health

    Providing care and support may affect your physical health in a number of ways. Practical advice on improving your posture and keeping active may help with your wellbeing. Advice on treatments may also assist too. Please see the Carers UK website for further information on…
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