Manchester City Council: Home services

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Manchester City Council

Adult Social Care

National service

If you or someone you know needs help and support you can talk to someone in person to make an enquiry, to raise a concern or for help and advice. When you get in touch we'll ask you some questions. If it looks like we ...

Contact: Manchester City Council, .

Advocacy For Carers

National service

You can use an advocacy service for any situation where you want someone to help you think through the choices you need to make. Your advocate will also support you to put your views across once you have decided what you...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Day Care - Community Day Centres

National service

Day care is the general term used for services accessed in our resource centres. This can include activities and events, or just the opportunity to spend time with other people to stop you feeling isolated if you can't g...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

First Call Community Alarm

National service

Equipment is provided to support the individual in their home and tailored to meet their needs. It can be as simple as the basic community alarm service, able to respond in an emergency and provide regular contact by tel...

Contact: Manchester City Council, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Help With Managing Your Money

National service

In certain circumstances, your care manager may identify that you need help with money matters, such as paying bills or getting cash from the bank. This will be shown as part of your support plan. We have strict rules an...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Home Fire Risk Assessment

National service

The aim of the Home Fire Risk Assessment is to: Identify and make you aware of the potential fire risks in your home Make sure you know what to do in order to reduce or prevent these risks Help you p...

Contact: Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, , 146 Bolton Road, Swinton, Manchester, M27 8US.

Home Improvements Assistance Scheme

National service

We can give you expert advice, or help arrange an affordable loan to carry out essential repairs, improve your home, or put in new facilities, especially if you are over 60. It's called the 'Home Improve Assistance'...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Luncheon Clubs

National service

Luncheon clubs are run all across the city. They're places where older people can go to spend time with others whilst they have some lunch. It's a great way to get out if you're feeling lonely or isolated, or even if you...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Manchester City Blue Badge Scheme

National service

The Blue Badge Scheme offers on-street parking concessions. There are two different types of Blue Badge: Individual people can apply for an individual Blue Badge, or Organisations can apply for an Organisational B...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Meals Service

National service

The meals service, provided by Manchester Fayre, they deliver hot or frozen meals to residents who are unable to cook for themselves for a variety of reasons. Hot meals with a dessert are delivered each day, on the days ...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Physical Disability Mentoring Scheme

National service

Mentors offer on a voluntary basis to give time and support to encourage another, this will typically be when someone is making a change in their lives. There are a range of services that the team can offer from advice a...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Reablement

National service

If you have lost some of your independence, perhaps due to a recent illness, disability or following a period in residential care, the reablement service may be able to help you get back up to speed. You might need extra...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Residential Care

National service

Residential care is the term used to describe care and support services where the person lives where the care is provided. This can be older people, in what you might know as a nursing home, people with learning disabili...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Respite Care

National service

Respite care is when someone else takes over your role as a carer for a short period of time, to give you a break from what can be a full-time, strenuous job. Depending on your circumstances, the type of care you provi...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Sensory Needs Service

National service

The sensory needs service provide a range of support services for people with sensory impairments to continue living as independently as possible. These include equipments and adaptations, as well as a linkworker service...

Contact: Health and Social Care, , Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M60 2LA.

Tuesday Drop In

National service

Arts and crafts, sports, games Group and Lunch. Drinks are provided, but you should bring your own Packed Lunch. The Drop In is organised by Community Learning Disability Team North Manchester

Contact: Manchester Learning Disability Partnership (MLDP), , Higher Blackley Community Centre, Victoria Avenue, Higher Blackley, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
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