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If you have difficulty with day to day tasks but want to stay living at home, care staff can visit you to give the support you need. They provide personal and practical help to enable you live safely and independently. This may include support to:
It is for people who need help to live at home. You may be elderly, disabled or have a long term illness. You can ask us to assess your needs |to see if you are eligible |. This involves talking to you about the care you need.
Contact Bournemouth Care Direct (see panel for details) or complete our online form|. You may ask a friend or relative to contact us on your behalf if you prefer.
There is no charge for assessing your needs or providing advice and information to help you.
If you are eligible for social care, you may be offered a personal budget for your care. We assess your finances| to find out how much you need to pay| towards the care, and make sure you are receiving the benefits you are entitled to.
You may choose to arrange your own care at home from a private provider, without involving us. It’s a good idea to choose a provider who is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (www.cqc.org.uk|). They assess services to see if these meet government standards for care, and publish reports on their findings.
Adapting your home|
Reablement to regain lost skills and confidence|
Careline alarm service|
www.mylifemycare.com| Information and advice website and directory for adults living in Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset.
Care Advisor service funded by us and provided by Help and Care|
Out of Hours:
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