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Age Proud Newcastle is a collaboration led by the Elders Council, Equal Arts and council and voluntary partners.
Personalised care and support can help you to live more comfortably and independently. Getting help at the right time can help improve your quality of life and allow you to continue enjoying life, plan ahead and make choices that are right for you.
List of residential and nursing care homes in Newcastle commissioned by Newcastle City Council.
Care homes can provide accommodation with either personal or nursing care, depending upon your needs. They vary in size and in the facilities that they provide.
There are a number of day services to choose from in Newcastle including lunch clubs, social activities, fitness classes and much more.
If you need some support at home with personal care such as bathing, dressing and making meals, there are organisations that may be able to help you.
see the full list of general and specialist home care agencies. Read more about who’s commissioned by the council
Care homes provide accommodation with either personal or nursing care, depending upon your needs. They vary in size and in the facilities that they provide.
If you need help with a mental health problem outside normal working hours here are services you can use.
Palliative care is a term that is used when someone is supported through a serious progressive illness. It also includes care for their families.
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological condition which affects movements such as walking, talking and writing.
If you’re worried about getting help if you have an accident at home or fall ill suddenly, a 24 hour response, monitoring or support service may be useful to you to help you live confidently and independently.
This article explains the services that are available for people with a learning disability or autism.