Community Warden Services
The service assists older people to continue to live independently at home by providing daily contact (Monday to Friday) and support, either by a personal visit or telephone call, to ensure a sense of security and wellbeing
What can we help you with?
- Listening to your concerns and linking you to helpful information and guidance
- Advice on other local community services
- Small items of shopping
- Collecting prescriptions
- Reading post
- Making phone calls on your behalf, if requested
- Ensuring your safety and wellbeing
The service is funded by various local agreements.
You will be entitled to a two week free trial, however after the trial period, we charge a small fee for our
service which is payable to the warden.A warden will provide you with daily contact giving you peace of mind and support for independent living, this can be ongoing or short term support depending upon what you need.
It is important to note that the warden is not a domestic, home help or a carer providing physical care.
The Community Warden is employed and paid by Age UK Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and must not undertake tasks for you on a private basis.
Please contact us If you're not sure if the service is delivered in your area, call Information and Advice service on 0300 666 9860 and we can advice you what is available in your location.
For more information please call our helpline 0300 666 9860 between 9am-3pm Monday to Friday, calls made outside these hours will be transferred to our Age UK National Helpline or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Warden Service
For more information on Community Warden Service in your area and all other services please download one of our leaflets.