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Voter ID - make sure you are ready

The UK Government is changing how you vote. From May 2023, you will need to show photo ID when you vote at a polling station.

Independent living

We provide a Community Alarm Service to help people stay safe and independent in their own homes for longer. There are a number of different purpose-built housing options for people of 60 or over. They provide a safe, comfortable environment and support independent living. There is always someone to call on in an emergency.
 

Be at Home - health and social care referrals

Be at Home services for health and social care professionals. The services are designed to help keep vulnerable people living safely safe in their own homes.

Community alarms

We provide community alarms and a 24/7 alarm monitoring service to help people stay safe and independent in their own homes for longer.

Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG)

You may be able to get a Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) if you have a disability and need to adapt your home to help you live safely and independently.

Forget me Not Grants

Information about small grants to assist those living with dementia to lead more independent lives in their own homes.

Handy Person Service

Explanation of the Handy Person Service, how to access it and what the costs are.

Keeping warm at home

Keeping warm at home is important for our physical health and wellbeing and to help with the general upkeep and maintenance of our homes.

Policies, procedures and plans

A list of the corporate documentation relevant to Independent Living Services.

Safe homes for older and vulnerable people

Safe at Home is a home improvement agency that can offer support with large adaptations and alterations.

Sheltered accommodation

Information on sheltered accommodation for older people in Great Yarmouth Borough has moved.

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