Services in Adults Care & Support (1036)

  1. 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…
  2. 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…
  3. Living Independently

    We understand that staying independent is important so that you can live well, for longer. As your circumstances and abilities change, doing things on your own can become more difficult, but there are lots of things you can do to keep your independence - both at home and when you are…
  4. Tools & Resources for Practitioners

    Being a carer can mean lots of different things - for young people caring for a member of their family could make them a young carer. Young carers are people under 18 years old who look after a family member who has a disability, illness,…
  5. Young Carers Campaign Presentation

    12 - 18 June 2017 is Carers Week. To mark this we're launching the Young Carer's Strategy 2017-2019 - You will find the strategy and briefing slides for professionals in the download section of this page. In Manchester we know there is a significant under-identification of young…
  6. Veterans and Armed Forces Toolkit

    Welcome to this dedicated area of 'Help & Support Manchester', for Veterans & Armed Forces. Lots of work is taking place across Greater Manchester which is enabled by the introduction and commitment to a Community Covenant.  A Community Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between a civilian…
  7. Carer's Credit

    Carer’s Credit You could get Carer’s Credit if you’re caring for someone for at least 20 hours a week. Carer’s Credit is a National Insurance credit that helps with gaps in your National Insurance record. Your State Pension is based on your National Insurance record.…
  8. Young Carers Rights - Guides to Support and Plans.

    Young Carers Guides & Plans  Young Carer Guides to Support:  These guides have been coproduced with Manchester Young Carers and members of the Young Carers Partnership. These guides can aid conversations with children and young people who are identified as,  or suspected to be young…
  9. Whole Family Pathway

    This is a tool for all adults’ and children’s services, education, health and other agencies who have contact with young carers and their families. The Children’s Society has developed this Whole Family Pathway, to ensure that however a family (Parent or Child) in need of…
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