Help to live at home


Carelink is a monitored alarm service providing help for older or vulnerable people who live independently

Personal and domestic care and personal assistants

Find agencies who can help with housework or shopping or how you can get help with personal care from an agency or personal assistant

Community meals on wheels

We deliver meals to people who have difficulty preparing food and carry out a welfare check during each visit

Equipment and Demonstration Centre

Visit our equipment and demonstration centre at The Motex Centre to try out equipment and assistive technology that could make your life easier

Get help finding equipment for yourself

More information about our self-help tool to help you find equipment and living aids

Assistive technology

Live more independently using devices and sensors to help with everyday tasks, such as reminding you to take medication or to turn off the oven

Improving your home

Information about loans to help you carry out essential maintenance or grants to adapt your home if you are disabled

Wellness service

Find out how to sign up for the Wellness service, which can provide support via phone call to help you live at home

Handy person service

Find out if you are eligible to use our handy person service for home maintenance, improvements and repairs 

Occupational therapy

If you have a disability and experience practical difficulties, occupational therapists can work with you to help you manage everyday tasks