You may benefit from arranging a Fire Safety check. If you would like to request a Free Fire Safety Check, then please contact the Fire Service on 0800 587 4536 and ask for the Community Fire Safety Department. If you say that you are calling to request a fire safety check they will arrange this for you.
The length of time that you wait for this service will depend on the demand that the Fire Service have at the time.
There is also no charge made for this service at the current time and they will fit smoke alarms free of charge where required.
If you are disabled and changes are needed to your home to enable you to continue living there, then you may be entitled to a grant from your local council. The grant can be used for types of work including:
An Occupational Therapist will assess your circumstances and suggest the adaptations required. You can obtain an application form from the housing or environmental health department of your local council.
Please note it is important that you apply for the grant before you begin any work. The maximum grant amount payable in England is £30,000 and this may be paid in instalments or as a full payment when the work has been completed.
For more information about this grant, please visit the GOV UK website by following the link here.
For more information on Telecare services please contact your local council directly. You can find their contact details below.
Phone: 01274 435400
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