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We all want to be in control of our own lives. People First is here to help.
Useful contacts and links to help and advice during the current Covid-19 pandemic
Information about support residents can get to help with their cost of living costs.
Highlighted news and events such as upcoming cafes and social sessions for people with long term health conditions, newsletters from local organisations, etc
Information about looking after yourself, health conditions, nutrition and diet, keeping physically fit, good mental health, and a whole lot more.
For people with learning disabilitiesInformation about looking after yourself, staying healthy, making your own decisions, doing things you like, how you can be supported, and much more
Information about how to get support at home as well as gadgets and equipment to help you live your day-to-day life more easily.
There are plenty of organisations that can offer you advice, emotional support and help to take a break from your responsibilities so that you don't have to feel like you're coping all alone.
Information about a range of safety issues such as safeguarding, domestic abuse, accidents and falls, and crime. There's also advice on precautions you can take to prevent them and where you can go for help.
Advice on benefits and financial help you might be entitled to, how to manage your money (or someone else's), your rights if you have a health problem or disability, and how to obtain legal advice.
Ideas about things to do and practical travel guidance if you have a mobility problem to get to activities and events, as well as things you can do at home.
Advice on ways in which you can report any issues you have about support you receive. If you find it difficult to talk about these issues, for whatever reason, other people could speak on your behalf to ensure that your wishes are heard and respected.
Practical information about options for starting or returning to work, as well as opportunities for furthering your education - it's never too late to pick up new skills.
Resources that are available to those affected by the fire or living in the wider community.
Other useful health, well-being and social care websites
Useful information for professionals in the health and social care community
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