Accessibility Statement
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Your home

Click on the sections below to find out more information.

You can always return to the interactive community to select a different category.

  • Our equipment and adaptations information will help you to find equipment and technology that could help you with your daily living at home.
  • Our Equipment House can help you to find advice and suggestions on the right equipment to help
  • Find information and advice in our Staying Independent section.
  • Find out about suppliers of hot and frozen meals in Birmingham on the council website.
  • Search our Community directory for local groups or resources to help you
  • Search the Trading Standards Buy with Confidence directory for Cleaning services, Garden maintenance etc
  • Search for home care agencies that offer Personal care (bathing, dressing, help to use the toilet etc) as well as other services.

Find more about care and support services, whether you may be eligible for help from the Council, how to get an assessment and who pays for care services via our "What is Care and Support" pages. 

Find information about public and community transport, Blue Badge parking, shopping, holidays, leisure activities and more in our Travel section.

Search our Community Directory for accessible transport and community bus schemes in your area.

AccessAble is a website that provides detailed information for you to work out if a place is going to be accessible to you in terms of the equipment you use or need. 

If you think that you, or someone you know, might be being abused, please visit the Birmingham City Council website here.

If you believe it to be urgent please call the police on 999 or find out more at our adult safeguarding section.

Find out more about preventing falls at home on our information and advice pages.

Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust also provide a Falls and Fracture Prevention service, aimed at adults aged 60 and above who have fallen or experienced a fracture of hip, wrist or vertebrae in the past 12 months. 

Search our Community directory to find out about local groups and activities, to find groups and activities in your community and to find out what you can get involved with.

If you are finding it difficult to manage in your own home, you may find it useful to explore other housing options such as extra care housing or sheltered accommodation.

We have a section on this site that is dedicated to carers. You can find information and advice on what support and services are available, how you get those services and more.

There’s also advice Government advice on what to do if the person you care for can no longer manage their own affairs.

You can search our Community Directory for national organisations and local groups offering support for carers.


Last updated: 7/1/2020

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