Age UK Shropshire Telford & Wrekin have put together a list of websites and links to information that we think you might find useful.
If you care for a loved one and are thinking about care options now or in the future, Care Quality Commission reports and ratings can help you make informed decisions about care.
Shropshire Council have put together a list of available help and support for those looking to start using a computer.
The Senior Citizens Forum is a small charity supporting older people in Telford & Wrekin and giving older people a voice by providing opportunities for them to have their say and influence decision making.
A comprehensive database with up-to-date information on community groups, clubs, societies and organisations.
The Shropshire Larder website provides information and advice on how to access free or low cost food in Shropshire.
Trading Standards Accredited (TSA) is operated by Telford & Wrekin Council's Trading Standards Service. TSA seeks to help people find local traders and businesses who agree to do a good job at a fair price and commit to providing good customer service. Members must sign up to a comprehensive Code of Practice.
Health and disability
Become a Dementia Friend to understand a bit more about dementia, and the little ways you can help.
FreeDem Films aim to increase public and professional awareness around the important issues of memory loss and brain health while at the same time tackle the stigma and fear that can accompany a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease and dementia in later life.
Healthwatch Shropshire work to help people get the best out of their local health and social care services, whether it's improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow.
Healthwatch Telford and Wrekin listen to the local community, hearing about their experiences of health and social care services across Telford and Wrekin, and use this feedback to help improve services for everybody.
Join dementia research is a place to register your interest in participating in dementia research. Anyone, with or without dementia, can register as a volunteer.
Falls are not an inevitable part of ageing. Use these free interactive tools to help an older relative stay safe in later life.
Information about the Mental Capacity Act from Shropshire Council.
NHS advice on how much physical activity adults aged 65 and over need to do to keep healthy.
Free games to download and print out. The games have been adapted so they can be played over the phone without having to be able to see the other person.
The place for disability information in Shropshire.
Directory of adult care and support services available in Shropshire.
Providing information and support to carers in Shropshire.
Offering free support, information and advice to carers in Telford & Wrekin.
SAND raises community awareness and helps local authorities, care providers and carers to address the fears and discrimination that may be experienced by older and old LGBT people and carers by overcoming prejudice in care, stopping negativity, protecting those who are vulnerable and encouraging openness about specific LGBT needs.
Information and support for LGBT communities and their allies.
Stonewall: Working with older people (leaflet) (PDF, 483KB)
The Trans Unite website allows members of the transgender and non-binary communities to find a support group local to them (or even an online-only group).