Services for Older People

Information for older adults about care providers, alarm equipment, respite care, meals services, practical help at home and adult protection. 

Alarms for Elderly and Disabled

Through their Lifeline and Carelink Service, Futures Housing Group provide and monitor alarms for elderly and vulnerable citizens. Their website provides further information about support services offered.
 

Care for the Elderly

Derbyshire County Council provides social services for the county. The link provides information and advice regarding many aspects of social care. Find out more.

 

Residential Homes

Derbyshire County Council provide information, advice, assessment to those seeking care in a residential or nursing setting. Find out more.


A practical guide to healthy ageing

The advice in this booklet will help improve the health and general fitness of people of any age, but it is written to be particularly relevant for people who are about 70 years or older. View booklet.

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