Independence is more than a state of mind. Staying connected to others helps stave off loneliness and plays a vital role in our connection to the past and future. We support you to maintain your personal and social connections so that you stay independent and happy.
Where available, we can ensure you have a culturally appropriate support worker who can speak your native language and understands your cultural needs.
We can also assist with translators for appointments, companionship for meals and travel, and family and carer advice.
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