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Accommodation Thanks to the generosity of hoteliers and holiday cottage owners, we are able to offer short breaks at minimal cost for full-time unpaid caregivers in need of a break. There are two options: HOTEL – 3 nights with 1 adult companion. Twin room. Breakfast…
Careline Community Service offers a range of services to older and vulnerable residents across Norfolk, parts of Cambridgeshire and parts of Lincolnshire. Services include: Supplying, installing and maintaining Careline personal alarms Key safes Assistive technology, falls pendants, smoke/CO2 alarms,  (linked to Careline alarm) Advice and information on…
A Careline Grant is a non-repayable grant available to help vulnerable people to live safely and independently in their own homes. Works could include: Installation of Careline alarms Key Safes Assistive Technology Grants are subject to terms and conditions. For more information please contact Careline…
Careline is a personal alarm service provided by the Careline Community Service, serving Norfolk, parts of Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. The Careline Personal Alarm means that help is just the touch of a button away. It allows people who might be vulnerable, isolated, or who suffer…
The Careline Alarm is designed to help older, frail or disabled people to remain in their own homes, with the knowledge that they always have somebody to help in an emergency. The Careline service includes an alarm base unit, which plugs into the telephone line and…
The Carelink24 Alarm can provide peace of mind for you and your family. We are a national provider of a high-quality Carelink alarm service with a 24-hour response team on hand to help you, or your loved ones, any time they need it. For many…
Register for our FREE digital resources and get the help you need today. Caring for a loved one who is ill, disabled or older can be valuable and rewarding, but without the right support, caring can have an impact on your health, your job, your…
Carer's Allowance is a UK Government Allowance to help you look after someone with substantial caring needs. You don’t have to be related to, or live with, the person you care for although you do need to spend at least 35 hours-a-week caring for them.…
A carer’s assessment will give you the chance to discuss how caring affects your life and find out about support services, emergency help, breaks and financial help to support your wellbeing and help you continue caring. They will put you in touch with free support…
If you are caring for someone, it is important that you get a Carer’s Emergency Card to ensure that that person will be safe if you are caught up in an emergency. How to get a card Create your Carer’s Emergency Plan online, which is a set of…