Information, advice and guidance including Dementia Advisor and Carer Support Worker services. Various group activities also available.
Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board campaign to promote uptake of setting up Lasting Power of Attorney
Hampshire-wide service providing advice, information and support to all carers aged 18+ who care for an adult.
Information, advice, support and Emergency Care Planning.
Information and advice for carers including online forums, factsheets and guides.
If you or someone you know needs help with day-to-day living because of illness or disability, this website explains your options and where you can get support.
Your will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death.
NHS end of life guide.
Support, information and advice to young carers between the ages of 8 to 18, whose lives are restricted in some way because they are supporting a person who is ill, has a disability, mental illness or is misusing a substance.
Coordinated by the Church of England to support conversations about death, dying and funerals. Other helpful resources also listed on website.
SOLLA helps people and their families in finding trusted accredited financial advisers who understand financial needs in later life.
Revitalise is a national charity providing short breaks and holidays (respite care) for disabled people and their carers.
Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) helps people in England and Wales to stay in control of decisions about their health and finance and make important decisions for others who cannot decide for themselves.
A lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a legal document that lets you (the ‘donor’) appoint one or more people (known as ‘attorneys’) to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf.
Rowans Hospice provide palliative and end of life care for those living with a life-limiting illness in the Southeast of Hampshire
Talking about death, dying and bereavement is hard. It can feel awkward or uncomfortable and sometimes, you just don’t know what to say. Dying Matters is the campaign that’s trying to change that.
DNACPR means if your heart or breathing stops your healthcare team will not try to restart it. DNACPR is recorded on a special form and is a decision reached between you and your doctor or healthcare team.
An advance decision to refuse treatment lets your healthcare team know your wishes if you are not able to communicate them.
The Adult Services Department aims to improve the lives of vulnerable adults through promoting independence and choice and enabling people to live their lives as they wish.
Hampshire-wide network of carer support organisations, free carer support helpline and online information and advice for carers.
Carers Active Listening Line (CALL): 08000 323456
CALL is free and confidential, Mon – Fri 10am – 8pm, Weekends & Bank Holidays 10am – 4pm
Information, advice and support for carers, family members and those working in the care sector.