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  1. Age UK Hub - Ramsey Library

    Ramsey Library, 25 Great Whyte, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire,

    Mon; 2 March 20202:00pm to 4:00pm

    Advice and information drop-in session for older people. We can help you fill in forms and access local services and support.

  2. The Silver Line

    A free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The helpline staff can offer information, link callers to local groups and services and offer regular befriending

  3. Granta Wellbeing Hub

    Sawston Medical Centre, London Road, Sawston, Cambridge,

    Multi agency team sitting within the Social Navigation service of Granta Medical Practices. Our aim is to assist Granta patients with accessing groups and services within their local area. This is an holistic approach to patient health looking at

  4. Welfare Benefits Team

    We can provide support and assistance with claiming disability benefits and other connected benefits. There is also a home visiting service aimed at people who are unable to access front line advice or live in rural areas of Cambridgeshire.

  5. Reablement

    Reablement is a programme of short term support to help you retain or regain your independence. We will help you to keep doing the things you tell us are important. This might include: different ways of doing things use of equipment and technology

  6. Neighbourhood Cares Drop-in - St Ives Library

    St Ives Library, 4 Library Row, Station Road, St Ives, Cambridgeshire

    Mon; 2 March 202010:00am to 1:00pm

    Neighbourhood Cares is a new approach to supporting people on a local level, helping to develop new services delivered locally by local people. Pop into St Ives Library for a cup of tea and a chat with representatives from the organisation and see

  7. Community Transport

    Community transport provides journeys for people who have difficulty using conventional public transport. There are a number of schemes operating in Cambridgeshire and other services such as the Taxicard scheme. Find out more about the schemes near

  8. Motability scheme

    Provides disabled people with safe, reliable and affordable cars, powered wheelchairs or scooters. It enables disabled people to exchange their government funded mobility allowance for a worry-free contract hire, or hire purchase mobility package.

  9. Physical Disability Team

    Unit A, Amundsen House, 18 Stocks Bridge Way, St Ives, PE27 5JL

    We support people aged 18 to 75 who are living with a physical disability. This includes adults with an acquired brain injury which affects physical functioning. We also support disabled parents. We assess and review needs and if you are eligible

  10. Housing advice

    The city and district councils offer a housing advice service which provide free, confidential advice. They help both tenants and homeowners. They can advise you on options and legal rights including; homelessness, benefits, social housing,