We have a number of other services that may help to keep your clients living independently at home.
Telecare for people on very low incomes
We are funded by the Dolphin Society, a local charity, to install telecare (personal alarms and security) systems for low income clients. We are also a referrer into this scheme.
We work with CSE and Talking money to deliver the Wham, (Warm Homes and Money) project, under a 3 year grant from the Bristol Impact fund. This project was set up to, to deliver a joined up service around fuel poverty delivering energy, financial capability and debt advice alongside home repairs and energy improvements. The partnership employs 2 caseworkers working across all 3 organisations who have been trained with the skills of all three organisations, and embed their skills and knowledge within each. There is a single point of contact referral service for In-depth and tailored client support.
Daily Living Solutions
We have demonstration and assessment spaces – for family and friends to look at and purchase or have prescribed possible solutions.
We are able to help people self-purchase equipment online via a self-assessment service.
Why not visit our showroom?
Where people are living in hoarded properties we have a volunteer led service that seeks to help and this is called Making Space.
Read more about Hoarding and Making Space.
Want to see how else we can help health and care professionals?
We can help you with free training and can help your clients with issues such as telecare, fuel poverty and daily living solutions.