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  1. Transport

    From: Heather at Home

    Transport and escort/companionship for appointments, or to local groups and activities.

  2. Telecare Alarm and Sensors

    From: Aster Living

    Telecare Alarm and Sensors A telecare alarm (also known as a monitored home unit and pendant) is a small box that sits by your phone and a pendant that you wear round their neck or on your wrist. If you press the button on the pendant or the unit, it...

  3. Shopping

    From: Focus Care and Support

    I can assist you with going shopping or do your shopping for you if you are unable to. 

  4. Guide Dogs

    From: Guide Dogs

    In 2013 Blind Children UK became part of the Guide Dogs family. In January 2017, we fully integrated Guide Dogs and Blind Children UK into one charity so that we can build on existing services and support more children with sight loss. Becoming a single...

  5. Focus Care and Support

        Paul Doyle (Personal Assistant) Personal assistant providing professional and quality support on a 1-1 basis. Specialising in supporting children and adults with learning difficulties. Elderly care also available. I have over eight years experience...

  6. Appointments

    From: Atkins Home Support

    Doctors, dentists, hospital or whatever appointment you need to be taken or escorted to.

  7. Guide Dogs

    When someone loses their sight the charity Guide Dogs is here to make sure that they do not lose their freedom and independence as well. We provide mobility services to blind and partially sighted people.  We breed and train guide dogs and also deliver...

  8. My Guide

    From: Guide Dogs

    My Guide Service My Guide is our new sighted guiding service aimed at helping people with sight loss to get out of their homes and engage with their community, rebuilding their confidence and independence.  The service is delivered by fully trained volunteers. ...

  9. Community Activities

    From: Heather at Home

    Support and advise to access local community activities.  This could be simply providing information of local groups or providing transport and support to attend groups.

  10. Community Care

    From: Heather at Home

    Personalised support to help you achieve what you want to achieve.  This could be practical support at home or developing life skills to live independently.  Or it could be exploring groups and activities in your local community. I have worked in social...

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