Free, impartial advice to anyone aged 50+, as well as their families and carers, to help overcome any challenges they may face.
Care Navigators promote self-confidence and self-management to increase a person's sense of health and wellbeing. They can help to improve your quality of life and maintain independence.
What happens when you are visited by a Care Navigator?
A Care Navigator will visit you either in your own home or a place convenient to you. They will take the time to listen to what is important to you and help you navigate the health and social care system.
Together a personal enablement plan is agreed which will provide tailored and creative solutions to practical challenges.
Care Navigators will offer:
- Support to do the things you can achieve.
- Support to do the things you would like to achieve.
- Support to access the things you can't do for yourself.
A Care Navigator can help you:
- Build confidence
- Be an emotional support through challenging times
- Engage in social and community activities
- Access domestic support and help around the home
- Advice on falls prevention
- Home safety, including fitting minor aids and equipment
- Welfare and Benefits (including ensuring you're accessing all of the support to which you're entitled)
- Housing and Care issues
- Support through other challenges personal to you
To find out more, or to make a referral please:
Give us a call on (01983) 525282, email us or complete the simple form below
This project is part of the Age Friendly Island partnership. Age Friendly Island is part of Ageing Better, a programme set up by The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK. Ageing Better aims to develop creative ways for older people to be actively involved in their local communities, helping to combat social isolation and loneliness. It is one of five major programmes set up by The National Lottery Community Fund to test and learn from new approaches to designing services which aim to make people’s lives healthier and happier.