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An advice and information service for older people

EAC and its partners offer comprehensive, impartial advice on sheltered housing, retirement housing, care homes and care & support services for older and elderly people, making sure that all options have been considered. and EAC FirstStop Advice are here to help you decide to move or not to move, what care services or accommodation you may need, and much more.

Advice line

After browsing our website, or searching our directories of accommodation or services, you may still be unsure which options are best for you. Why not phone our professional advisers to discuss which might best meet your needs?

We can also advise on financial matters and on your rights: Phone EAC FirstStop Advice on 0800 377 7070.

Our advice line service is free.

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Housing options appraisal tool (HOOP)

Why not take a few minutes to review what matters most for you. Our HOOP tool has been devised to do just that: it asks you questions about different aspects of where and how you live now. You can answer as many or few as you like. It then provides suggestions to help you resolve any problems you have identified.

Discover your own priorities, try HOOP

Read more about HOOP is EAC’s foremost website attracting over 6,000 visitors every day of the week. On this website elderly people, their carers and professionals can find:

What is EAC

EAC (Elderly Accommodation Counsel) is a charity that provides free information and advice to elderly people, their families and those who work with them. Find out more about EAC, its wide range of services for elderly people and professionals alike.

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We apologise for the frequent use throughout our website of unprofessional terms such as elderly care advice, retirement homes, elderly care homes and similar. A peppering of these is indispensible to help people find this website on the Internet.