Partners and useful information
Progress Lifeline can help people with the following circumstances or needs to live a happier and more independent life. Here is a list of links to charitable and support organisations that offer additional advice and guidance.
The Falls Prevention Service is provided by Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust. It is a specialist solution for people who have fallen or who are at risk of falling. Following an assessment a care plan is collaboratively agreed with the individual for intervention and management of further falls.
The Age UK website has some useful information for older people that covers a wide-range of topics from falls prevention to home safety and healthy eating.
The NHS provide information on how people can manage their condition and remain in their own home for longer.
Age UK aims to improve later life for everyone by providing life-enhancing services and vital support
The Alzheimer's Society works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Carers Direct provide information, advice and support for carers
Dementia UK and Admiral Nursing team are committed to improving quality of life for all people affected by dementia
South Ribble Pensioners Association is a great source of local information for those affected by dementia
The NHS website contains information on long-term health conditions as well as advice relating to financial, emotional and physical support.
Women experiencing domestic abuse can contact the National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247 to talk in strict confidence and to get advice.
Men experiencing domestic violence can contact the Men's Advice Line on 0808 801 0327.
If you are concerned that your visit to this or other websites might be tracked by your partner, please click here for advice.
Remember – if you or a family member is in immediate danger then your first point of contact should always be the police.
Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.
The NHS has a useful guide for people who have care and support needs and their carers.
Carers UK also offer lots of useful help, support and advice.
If you have any questions then please don't hesitate to contact us.