This section of our website is where we’ll keep you updated with the latest news from Care & Repair.
Careline Community Services, Care & Repair and LILY will be attending the ‘Community Marketplace’ events at local libraries throughout West Norfolk over the next few weeks. Come along and see us on; Tuesday 25th April, 10.00am – 1.00pm at King’s Lynn Library Thursday 27th April, 10.00am – 1.00pm at Dersingham Library Friday 28th April, 10.00am – […]
The popular LILY (Living Independently in Later Years) Advisors have now been out in the community for six months. They have been having regular stands in all the libraries locally and have been out and about giving talks and taking information out all over West Norfolk and Swaffham. They hold regular sessions in GP surgeries […]
Careline Community Service, Care and Repair and LILY (Living Independently in Later Years) will be present at Alive Lynnsport and Alive Oasis over the coming months. Come along to find out more about what these services can offer and talk to one of our friendly team about what they can do for you, your friends, neighbours or […]
The popular LILY (Living Independently in Later Years) initiative has been extended with the addition of Lily Advisors who will attend events and activities in the local community to provide advice and information, and the introduction of dementia-friendly home assessments. Cllr Adrian Lawrence, borough council cabinet member for Housing and Community, explained: “LILY was designed […]
For anyone concerned about keeping themselves and their home warm this winter, Careline Community Service and Care & Repair can help. Careline Community Service and Care & Repair, part of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, are advising local residents to prepare their heating systems now, for the coming winter. Small measures, […]
Careline Community Service will be delivering a talk at Gaywood Library on Thursday 30th June from 1-2pm. There will be samples of equipment on display and the team will be available to answer any questions or queries you may have regarding the service. No booking is necessary, just come along on Thursday.
In support of Dementia Awareness Week, 15 – 21st May, Careline Community Service, part of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, are offering free home assessments to local residents. The aim of the service is to help people who may be living with memory loss, dementia, or are elderly and less mobile, […]
Help older and vulnerable people in Norfolk stay warm and safe this winter Simply keeping warm in the colder weather can be a challenge for many vulnerable and elderly people due to poverty and inadequate housing which inevitably leads to health issues. ‘Heat Vs Eat’ is a particular reality for many elderly people. The Surviving […]
Older, disabled or vulnerable residents of West Norfolk are being encouraged to book an appointment for a free home assessment from Careline Community Service. The assessments, which are carried out by a team of qualified staff, will help residents, who may be living with a disability or dementia, or who are simply older and less […]
Free Home Assessments Available Careline Community Service has received winter pressures funding to support older people living in West Norfolk to stay safe, warm and well in their homes this winter. The Winter Pressures Initiative is aimed at predominantly reducing falls in and around the home, but also aims to reduce cold related deaths by […]