Lifeline is a telephone based system which you can use to summon help, call assistance, or give you reassurance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The main role of the lifeline service is to obtain help for an elderly or disabled person when an emergency arises. The 'Lifeline' is connected to our Control Centre and there is always a Control Operator on duty to respond immediately and this Operator is supported by a Mobile Warden Service. For more information please contact 0800 999 0400 Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm or email email@example.com. Alternatively the Fife Falls Response Team can be contacted by pressing Community Alarm, via your GP or NHS24 (Tel. 111). Encouraging the people of Fife to become more active, more often is the main priority of Fife Sports and Leisure Trust. This can be achieved by participating in health related partnerships as a means of improving health and reducing falls. Groups such as: Walking, Move More Fife, Active Options 2 and Disability sports Fife. For further information visit www.fifeleisure.org.uk. A community alarm service is also available and further information is available at www.fifedirect.org.uk.
A commode can be used as an alternative if you are unable to get to your toilet safely. There are different types of commodes available so it is important to consider these to ensure you get one that is suitable for you. Various commodes can be loaned to you or purchased following an assessment of your needs. Contact either: Age UK on 0800 849 8032 who offer free discrete delivery of your choice pf products. They are open Monday-Thursday - 8am - 6pm, Friday - 8am - 5:30pm and Saturday - 9am-1pm. Or The Red Cross on 0844 89 300 90 or 01904 202154 who also offer commodes with free dellivery and an option of express delivery.
Your answers have indicated that you might benefit from being shown how to use a dressing stick. You can call the Lothian Disabled Living Centre on 0131 537 9190 and ask for advice or an appointment. The Disabled Living Centre is based at Astley Ainslie Hospital and offers free and impartial advice about a wide range of assistive equipment including dressing aids. The OT there can advise and demonstrate equipment and you will be able to trial a dressing stick.
Your answers have indicated that you might benefit from being shown how to use a button/ zip hook. You can call Scot Mobility UK Ltd on 01383 739287, and Allardyce Healthcare Ltd on 01382 773600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and they can provide free and impartial advice about a wide range of assistive equipment including dressing aids. Staff there can advise on equipment items and you be able to trial some of these items i.e button/ zip hook. You can also visit their stores at Scot Mobility UK Ltd, Unit 8, Dewar House, Enterprise Way, Dunfermline, Fife, KY11 8PY or Allardyce Healthcare Ltd, Unit 12
Your answers have indicated that you might benefit from being shown how to use a button/ zip hook. You can call Scot Mobility UK Ltd on 01383 739287, and Allardyce Healthcare Ltd on 01382 773600 or email email@example.com and they can provide free and impartial advice about a wide range of assistive equipment including dressing aids. Staff there can advise on equipment items and you be able to trial some of these items i.e button/ zip hook. You may need to look at self purchase for these items. You may also require assistance with dressing or self care and Allardyce Healthcare Ltd can you advise you further in relation to this. Fairprice Mobility also offer mobility equipment and can be contacted on Tel: 01592 652244, or visit their website at www.fairpricemobilityltd.co.uk.
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