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Most falls do not result in serious injury but some older adults will need medical attention for a fall and a few will experience a serious injury, such as a broken bone. By making small changes in your home, such as using non-slip rugs and…
Opening hours Register for our Open Libraries service for easy extended access to the unstaffed library outside normal opening hours using your library card and PIN. Monday: 8am-7pm (staffed 2-7pm) Tuesday: 8am-7pm (Open Libraries access only) Wednesday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Thursday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Friday: 8am-7pm (Open Libraries…
Opening hours Monday: 9.30am-1pm Tuesday: 9.30am-7pm Wednesday: 9.30am-5.30pm Thursday: 9.30am-5.30pm Friday : 9.30am-5.30pm Saturday: 9.30am-1pm If you just need to drop a book off out of hours, use the letterbox to the right of the entrance.  Please make sure that books drop into the box…
Opening hours Monday: 10am-5pm Tuesday: 10am-5pm Thursday: 10am-8pm Friday: 10am-5pm Saturday: 9.30am-5pm Sunday: 10am-1pm There is no provision for dropping off books out of hours. Computers can be booked online. Services at Gaywood Library Direct phone link to Job Centre Plus call centre Bookable PlayStation…
Opening hours Monday: 10am-5pm Tuesday: 10am-5pm Wednesday: 10am-7pm Thursday: 10am-1pm Friday: 10am-5pm Saturday: 10am-1pm If you just need to drop a book off out of hours, use the letterbox to the right of the main entrance.  Please make sure that books drop into the box…
Opening hours Register for our Open Libraries service for easy extended access to the unstaffed library outside normal opening hours using your library card and PIN. Monday: 8am-7pm (Open Libraries access only) Tuesday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Wednesday: 8am-7pm (Open Libraries access only) Thursday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm)…
Fire prevention information which is tailored for different groups of people, including specialist advice for those who have poor literacy skills, a learning disability, reduced mobility, a sensory impairment or are from the Gypsy/Traveller community.  
This comprehensive guide to adult social care in Norfolk provides you with information covering falls prevention, safety in the home, accessing help from social care and much more. The listings include details of all care providers in Norfolk. It is available free in libraries, GP…
Reminiscence kits and packs (objects, touch, feel, sounds and images to stimulate conversations with people with memory loss) are borrowed by relatives and carers of people with dementia and activity coordinators in residential care homes. Kits and packs are free to borrow. Reminiscence is the…
Reading Well Books on Prescription for common mental health conditions provides books for adults on topics such as overcoming depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and managing worry and stress.  There is evidence from the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) that self-help reading can help people…