How your health could be closely linked to your wealth
Maybe you need a little extra support to enable you to live at home independently, or perhaps the time has come to consider moving into somewhere better suited to support your own particular needs.
staying at home
You might be finding it difficult to cope at home but there are a number of ways that you can be supported, so you can remain living there independently for as long as possible.
extra care and sheltered housing
Extra care and sheltered housing help older people to continue to live independently, with easy access to shared facilities, social and leisure opportunities and with care available if needed.
supported living for people with disabilities
There are a number of ways that people with learning or physical disabilities, sight or hearing loss can be supported with their daily living.
A residential home is a place where a number of people live together, looked after by care staff who are available 24 hours a day.
A nursing home is a place where a number of people who need nursing care, because of illness or disability, live together, looked after by trained nursing staff.