Out & About – Living Well Feeling Safe roadshow
Friday 3 May, Sedgley Community Centre
A service aimed at keeping older people safe and well will be out and about in Sedgley .
The living well, feeling safe service provides practical safety, security and wellbeing advice for older people; aiming to make sure they keep safe, secure and happy at home.
Living well, feeling safe is a partnership made up of Dudley Council, Age UK, West Midlands Police, Victim Support and West Midlands Fire Service.
Staff from the scheme will be visiting homes around Sedgley on Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 April. Free home assessments will be on offer where advice, tips and practical help will be provided on home safety and security, as well as on keeping comfortable, happy, independent and well.
Home safety and security equipment can be fitted and home and personal alarms will be offered. Advice on general wellbeing, home improvements and adaptations, handyperson support, fire safety and crime prevention will all also be available.
A drop in service will also be available at Sedgley and District Community Association, Ladies Walk, Sedgley on Friday 3 May, starting at 10am until 3pm.
People are encouraged to drop in and find out more about keeping safe, secure and well in their homes. Representatives will be in attendance from a range of organisations such as Age UK, West Midlands Police, West Midlands Fire Service and Dudley home improvement service.
For more information or if you are a provider and would like know more about getting involved please contact Paul Grainger on 01384 2812296 or email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org