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  1. Deputyship

    The Court of Protection is a specialist court which deals with all issues relating to people who lack capacity to make specific decisions. One of their roles is to appoint deputies to make decisions in the best interests of someone who lacks the capacity...

    • Your local pharmacy

      Pharmacists are there to help. They are highly qualified and able to give advice and information about keeping well, medicines, minor ailments, long-term conditions, as well as offering a range of healthcare services. Find out what your local pharmacist...

      • Glen Lyn Residential Care Home

        The Glen Lyn Residential  Home provides care and support for older people. We are a smaller, family run concern providing a genuinely personalised service within a  home from home environment. All eleven rooms are single with ensuite facilities. The home...

      • Health

        Keeping healthy Healthy living is for everyone. We can all make small changes that will improve our physical and mental health. You can reduce your risk of long-term health conditions, such heart disease, strokes, cancer or diabetes, by making healthier...

        • Learning Disabilities Assessment

          The Council completes a care and support assessment to determine if someone is eligible for financial support toward care costs. To be eligible people must: Be a resident of Somerset Be at least 18 years old Have a life-long learning disability which...

          • Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

            Personal Independence Payment (PIP) helps with some of the extra costs caused by long-term ill-health or a disability, if you're aged 16 to 64. The rate you get depends on how your condition affects you, not the condition itself. You'll need anassessmentto...

            • Carers eligibility

              If you have an assessment and the Council can help, they will write a care and support plan with you, or a joint support plan for both you and the person you care for, taking into account your needs as a carer. The plan explains what support will be arranged,...

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