There's a range of technology, equipment and adaptations available to support you to live in your own home.
If you're finding some areas of daily living becoming difficult and believe you have a condition you need help with, contact our social care team or speak to your GP.
We may provide you with equipment free of charge, although this isn't guaranteed.
You may want items to help you do things like:
You might also want to think about electronic equipment (known as assistive technology) which can help you feel safer and more secure in your home.
We may direct you to find help via friends and family, charity funding, or recommend that you buy your own equipment.
If you're looking to buy your own items, we've produced a guide to finding your own assisted living equipment.
The Ask Sara website is a self-help guide which offers advice and recommendations on products and equipment available to make daily living easier. It's written by occupational therapists and equipment experts.