Support for people aged 50 or over with multiple life-limiting health conditions.
What does the service offer?
The Later Life Project brings together voluntary, health and care services in Northampton to provide an innovative combination of medical and non-medical support. A Personal Independence Co-ordinator from Age UK Northamptonshire will discuss what matters to you most and create a plan for the future with personal goals.
These goals could include physical and mental health needs, medical care and support, hobbies and interests and legal issues. It can also include helping you get information and advice and supporting your family and friends.
The Personal Independence Co-ordinator will act as your link with all the services that are available in your area, enabling them to improve the co-ordination and quality of care and support you receive.
We can help you
- maintain your independence and reduce hospital admissions
- make plans for the future
- meet personal health and wellbeing goals
- access GP and primary care services more effectively
- maximise your income
We can focus on your:
- emotional wellbeing and financial stability
- social connectivity and confidence
- ability to feel you have a purpose and that you can take ownership of your health
Who is it for?
The project helps older people living in Northampton with multiple life-limiting health conditions. If you are age 50 or over and satisfy certain health criteria (please check with your doctor or nurse) and are able to remain safe and supported at home, we can help.
How much does it cost?
We do not charge for this service. Age UK Northamptonshire is working in partnership with Nene Clinical Commissioning Group the national charity Age UK and General Practice Alliance Ltd.
How do I access the service?
Please ring The Later Life Project on 01604 611200 or get in touch by email.
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