Support for older people
We provide a range of services to help older people who may be socially isolated and who need help to live independently and safely in their own homes.
We support older people to (re)connect with their community or help them share their experience and skills for the benefit of others.
We help older people who have a range of long-term conditions which limit what they can do, while others are in good health but lack the resources required to live a full and active life.
We also provide support to people who have significant caring responsibilities. We also support people to improve or manage their mental and physical health.
Ways we can help
We can help you:
- reduce isolation by helping your participate in your community
- connect with additional support and specialist services
- realise your resilience and resourcefulness
- focus on the change you want to achieve in your lives
- share your skills and experience through volunteering
We have a number of services in Edinburgh, Fife and North Lanarkshire which provide support to older people:
- Our RealLiving service addresses loneliness and social isolation among older people from the villages of West Fife.
- Care and Repair volunteers provide handyperson services to older and disabled people in North Lanarkshire to help them live independently at home for longer
- Care at Home Services and Visiting Support Services, in Fife and Edinburgh respectively, help older people who have learning disabilities, mental health problems or physical health problems
If you would like more information about the services we offer or would like to access any of the services listed above please contact us.