As experienced dog owners ourselves we know how hard it can be to travel safely with your dogs or how difficult a decision it is to leave them behind. We currently offer 3 custom built campervans options specifically designed with comfort and safety in mind.…
The Canine Care Card scheme is a free service that gives you peace of mind, knowing that Dogs Trust will care for your dogs if you pass away before they do. For more information and to register, visit the website below.
Canine Partners helps people with disabilities to enjoy greater independence and a better quality of life by providing assistance dogs that are trained to perform a range of practical tasks, such as: Opening and closing doors and cupboards Retrieving a variety of items Helping you…
The Handyperson Service can assist with;  Radiator foils Draughtproofing Energy efficiency light bulbs Grant funding may be available please contact us for further information. to support the costs of these interventions.  
Care and Repair is part of the West Norfolk Home Improvement Agency (HIA). It was established by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to help older people, people with disabilities, and people on low income to adapt, repair and improve their homes.…
Based in King's Lynn, Norfolk we care for family members in their own homes. Our services include: Assistance with bathing Washing Dressing Help with getting up in the morning and going to bed Preparing and eating meals Toilet and incontinence needs Prompting and administering medication…
Are you looking for a care home place? Age UK Norfolk's Care Home Finder Service can help. It provides accurate, up-to-date information for people considering a move into a Care Home either permanently, for respite care or day care and is available on the Age…
When you contact Norfolk County Council about your care and support needs or those of someone you are caring for, we will help you to: Get the information and advice you need to plan for your current and future care needs Remain as independent as possible and…
Initially set up by a local vicar’s wife in response to the lack of support for people after a hospital stay, Care Network Cambridgeshire now has over 300 local volunteers supporting older and vulnerable people in their homes or through community groups.  Our Help at…
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the new health and social care regulator for England. The CQC makes sure that hospitals, care homes, dental and GP surgeries, and all other care services in England provide people with safe, effective, compassionate and high-quality care, and it encourages them…