You’ve donated and we are grateful!
We’ve received numerous donations from many people throughout the past few months and every single penny has made a real difference. Thank you to everyone who sent in a cheque or donated online. Your donations have made it possible for us to help people when they felt most vulnerable and afraid. We’ve shopped, collected medication and made wellbeing telephone calls to isolated people. Your donations have helped make that possible. We’re working hard to continue to provide services that matter to older people and donations always help us to deliver. If you’re looking for a worthy cause to support, well…look no further!
To comply with the current government recommendations, we have taken the decision to close our head office (Bradbury House) and the Sybil Levin Centre (including Sybil's Homemade). We have also closed all group activities until further notice including Best Foot Forward, MCST groups, Ageless Grace, Men in Sheds, Silver Pride, GP Referral Service (based at Sybil Levin Centre), Whatton sessions, and all team or group meetings.
We’re so grateful to all the wonderful customers who have visited and donated items our Mansfield and West Bridgford shops this year. Both shops are currently closed. We plan to reopen on the 13th of April if the rules permit and we look forward to welcoming you back.
We offer a wide range of services* for older people and their carers, tailored to your individual needs and circumstances.
“Until contacting the Connect Team... I felt completely overwhelmed by the tasks required to help care and support my mother... Without [the Support Worker’s] support I would not have accomplished so much, so quickly.”
Are you struggling to enjoy your later life?
Age UK Notts’ Health & Wellbeing service* can support you to find solutions that will help you to remain independent and get the most out of later life.
Whether it’s housing, health, finance, loneliness or care needs, we can work with you.
Our staff and volunteers will put your needs, wishes & priorities at the centre of what they do. They will point you to local activities and services or, should you need it, they can work with you to put a plan in place to improve your life.
*Eligibility criteria may apply. To find out more, please give us a call on 0115 844 0011 to speak to a member of our team.
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Our Sybil Levin Centre has been closed since March 2020 because of the Covid pandemic. We will be reopening the centre as soon as it is safe to do so and are working with the local authorities to ensure this can happen in a safe way.
In the meantime, our centre users continued to be supported by our Community Dementia Support worker. Our Sybil Levin Centre attendees are very much in our thoughts and we want to do everything we can to help them during this challenging time.
We will keep government guidance under review and, when safe to so for our members and our staff, we will re-open the centre.