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Progress Lifeline secures significant contract with Lancashire County Council

An important achievement in a highly competitive tender process

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Ambulance strikes - December 2022

Trade unions representing staff in the ambulance service have announced their first strike action dates for December 2022

Coping with loneliness at Christmas

Many people spend Christmas alone, and loneliness at Christmas can be particularly hard

Key tips to keep you warm this winter

Here are five ideas to keep you warm this winter

Kathryn Scott meets with Radio Leyland to talk all things Progress Lifeline

Kat talked about how telecare from Progress Lifeline supports and older and more vulnerable people to live independently in their own homes

Christmas opening hours 2022

Our Alarm Response Centre and our Emergency Home Response teams are still available 24/7, 365 days a year for all our service users

Festive fun and fundraising at Progress Lifeline

Progress Lifeline brings some festive cheer by raising money and having fun across the Christmas period

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day at Progress Lifeline

We raised £204 for the charity

Living with hidden disabilities

Making the invisible visible

Diabetes and Falling Down

What you need to know

Autumn safety tips for older people

With autumn comes increased risks and hazards for some older people

Progress Lifeline work with Urgent Care Response teams in new pilot

The new initiative aims to improve patient outcomes and reduce hospital admissions

Living with dementia: What is sundowning and how can you help your loved one?

During the late afternoon or early evening, you may notice your loved one’s behaviour changes. This is called “sundowning” – here’s everything you need to know…