Keeping older people safe and well this winter

Keeping older people safe and well this winter A Winter Wellbeing campaign aimed at helping older people stay safe and well over the cold, winter months, has launched this month. It highlights the practical help, support, information and advice on offer from a range council services which are designed to keep older or vulnerable people protected. As the weather gets colder its vital that older or vulnerable people take steps to keep safe, warm and well at home. https://www.dudley.gov.uk/residents/care-and-health/adult-health-social-care/support-to-stay-at-home/keep-safe-and-well-in-winter/ Many...

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Christmas opening times and emergency contacts

Please see below email for your information. Details of Dudley Council’s opening hours over the festive period are available to view online now at https://www.dudley.gov.uk/xmasopeningtimes Services including residential care and homecare will continue to operate during the holiday period. If you need to contact children’s or adult care services in an emergency when the offices are closed, call the emergency duty team on 0300 555 8574. Many...

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Keeping warm in winter

Please see below email for your information. Council scheme to help residents keep homes warm and well at home Dudley Council’s winter warmth support scheme which helped more than eight hundred residents keep warm and well in their homes last winter has been launched once again for this winter. The scheme aims to help people struggling to keep their homes and themselves warm enough during the winter months. People can save significantly on their home energy bills with the right advice on appropriate tariffs, as well as energy discounts and grants. Free boilers and home insulation is also available to households that qualify. The aims is to ensure people keep warm at home, avoiding cold related illnesses. https://www.dudley.gov.uk/residents/care-and-health/adult-health-social-care/healthy-lifestyles/keeping-warm-in-winter/ Many thanks...

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