Cambridge City Council: Home services

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Cambridge City Council

Breaks For Carers

National service

There are several types and ways in which help is available: Extra Home care Crossroads care Attendance at a day centre Lunch Clubs Or if you as a carer wanted to stay away overnight or have...

Contact: Carers Support Team, , CC1310, Shire Hall, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 0AP.

Cambridge Dial-a-Ride

National service

Cambridge Dial-a-Ride is a charitable organisation which provides transport for groups and individuals who otherwise have difficulty accessing public transport. It offers this service on week days in the City of Cambrid...

Contact: Cambridge transports and streets, , Cambridge Dial-a-Ride.

Community Lifeline Service

National service

Our Community Lifeline Service installs a pendant alarm in your home which, when pressed, contacts our response centre to notify us that you need help. Help is available at the press of a button whenever you need it 24 ...

Contact: Cambridge City Council, , Ditchburn Place, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2DR.

Housing Advice Service

National service

The Housing Advice Service can provide advice on a wide range of housing issues, from landlord disputes to homelessness.

Contact: Cambridge City Council, , Ditchburn Place, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2DR.

Shopmobility

National service

It gives access to shopping and other services in the city centre. It provides - manual and electric wheelchairs - portable hearing loops - scooters - rollators (walking aids with seats)

Contact: Cambridge transports and streets, , Shopmobiliity offices, The Grafton, or the Grand Arcade, Cambridge.

Shopmobility - Shopping Trips

National service

You can borrow a mobility item from: Level 4 of the Grafton East car park Level -1 of the Grand Arcade car park Both offices are open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm.  The Grafton office only is open...

Contact: Cambridge transports and streets, , Shopmobiliity, The Grafton, or the Grand Arcade, Cambridge.

Taxicard

National service

Taxicard is a scheme that helps disabled people on low incomes to pay for taxi journeys. When you join, you'll be given 100 vouchers, that you should show to the taxi driver before every journey, ...

Contact: Cambridge transports and streets, , Taxicard Administrator, PO Box 700, Cambridge, CB1 0JH.

Visiting Support Service

National service

Our aim is to connect older people with services that help them remain independent and socially active, while making sure you have access to the care and support you need. As part of the service, our experienced staff c...

Contact: Cambridge City Council, , Ditchburn Place, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2DR.
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