Address: Care & Repair in Powys, Ty Canol House, Ffordd Croesawdy,Newtown, Powys SY16 1AL
Do you need help to live safely and independently in your own home as you get older?
Care and Repair in Powys provides expertise, advice and practical support to older people or people with disabilities who need to undertake repairs, renovations or adaptations to their home. We do this to help people remain living at home independently, comfortably, safely and securely.
Give expert advice on options to adapt or repair your home
Give help on finding sources of funding for the work that needs to be done
Give advice on welfare benefits to check you are receiving your full entitlement
Assess and advise on safety and security in the home
Help you find a reputable building contractor for larger jobs
Provide a technical service to inspect the work upon completion
Keep you informed on progress and check you are happy with the work done
Fund the work ourselves
Guarantee the work of contractors
Supervise or directly oversee the work of selected contractors
Other: as well as the above:
We can provide a Rapid Response service for people aged 50 and over, who own their own homes or are private tenants. The scheme can help people to be discharged safely from hospital, and also helps in preventing hospital admissions by minimising the risk of falls and injury in the home.
We run The Healthy Home Service is a Care and Repair based visiting service for older people, living in Powys, to assess and advise on safety and security in the home.
The advisory services of Care and Repair in Powys are free.
Back Up is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 1072216) It exists to transform the lives of everyone affected by spinal cord injury.
That means delivering a range of services to build confidence and independence back into people’s lives, and offering a support network when it is needed most. It also means challenging perceptions of disability – that life with spinal cord injury can be a full and active one. Many of our volunteer and staff team have been affected by spinal cord injury, and have a strong understanding of the challenges an injury can pose. We support over 800 people a year – of all ages and injury levels – to lead the life they want. We are there at every stage, and we are there for families and loved ones too.
Our outreach team deliver vital wheelchair skills training in hospitals and spinal centres, and contact people once they return home, offering an understanding ear and practical advice. Our residential courses help people with a spinal cord injury build confidence, give them a supportive network and opportunities to learn life skills that allow them to be as independent as possible. Our Back Up to Work course and education inclusion service support people as they find their way back to work and education. Our mentoring service matches people with a spinal cord injury and their family members with someone who has been through the same situation. They are there to listen on a regular basis and help people move forwards with their lives.
Address: Shropshire Council, The Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury SY2 6ND
Right Home Right Place is here to help identify housing needs in Shropshire and to provide information about affordable housing, community housing and housing in general.
Affordable Housing in planning terms has a very clear and defined meaning and is set out in the Government’s 2012 National Policy Planning Framework (NPPF) prepared by the Department for Communities and Local Government.
In this, Affordable Housing is defined as, “Social rented, affordable rented and intermediate housing, provided to eligible households whose needs are not met by the market. Eligibility is determined with regard to local incomes and local house prices. Affordable housing should include provisions to remain at an affordable price for future eligible households or for the subsidy to be recycled for alternative affordable housing provision.
Address:Ethos Group Oswestry, Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10 7AG
Ethose Group Ltd is a registered charity ( Charity number: 1040269) for people with spinal cord injuries. We provide short-term accommodation and advocacy support for our clients, while helping them to find and adapt suitable long-term accommodation in their chosen area. By empowering people to gain their independence we are freeing up hospital or nursing home beds. Our unique facilities allow time for Social Care to thoroughly assess future requirements, enabling people to move on with confidence.
The charity has two properties that are able to accommodate up to eight people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities at any one time.
These properties, consisting of two bungalows, are located in Oswestry Shropshire. Each of these properties is fully equipped for use by people with spinal cord injuries.
People can self refer by telephoning us on 01691 404359 or by emailing [email protected] or by completing the form on our website.
Its time to Talk- a website which tries to bring mental health into the mainstream – find out how to help family friends and colleagues who have a mental health challenge they are trying to win Its all here.
Rethink – a website full of information, ideas and suggestions for people who have mental health issues and those who support them
Turn2me We are an online mental health support community offering support and professional counselling to those in need.
If you find any others please let us know so that we can share them with as many people as possible. Just email us at [email protected]
Livability - Livability gives disabled and disadvantaged people real choice about how they live their lives. As the UK’s largest Christian disability charity, we run a wide range of services for disabled adults and children. This complements our community mission work which supports churches to make their communities a better place to live. We welcome and work with people of all faiths and none.
Action Hearing Loss – Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID. We’re working for a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced and where people value and look after their hearing.
The Self Help Shropshire Directory has been produced by Shropshire County Primary Care Trust and NHS Telford and Wrekin in partnership with Shropshire Council, Telford & Wrekin Council, Shropshire Care Information Providers, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital and Shropshire and Staffordshire NHS Trust along with Self Help Nottingham Click here to follow the link to the directory which can also provide you with advice and help on how toset up a self help group yourself, and access to the Care Information Team who may be able to support you in other ways.
Trident Reach provides person centred support to all those that need it. Reach offers all individuals accessing its services a menu of different levels of service depending on their assessed need ranging from high levels of service input through the full spectrum of service models to the delivery of occasional low level good neighbouring support services.
Reach offers accommodation based services with a single point of access through to the delivery of support in individuals own accommodation in the community. Reach is committed to embracing, reflecting and promoting diversity throughout our services.