Family Life Category

The stages that you pass through from early life to retirement as a member of a family are called the family life cycle. As you reach each stage you are faced with new challenges and you will gain new skills that help you cope with this evolving cycle. Life doesn’t always run smoothly and situations such as severe illness, financial problems or the death of a loved one can have an effect on how well you pass through each stage. Whether you are a young person or over 50, MyAdviceGateway will help you locate the information and advice you need to cope with the challenges and stress of daily life.

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Long Term Care & Caring

Long Term Care & Caring

SOCIAL CARE

Social Care Services (also known as Community Care) help people who are in need of support due to illness, disability, old age or poverty. Social care services are available to everyone, regardless of background, and can also support the families or carers of people who receive social care.

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CARE FOR CHILDREN

Local Authorities provide a range of services for children, young people and their families. We have a legal duty under The Children Act 1989 to help and protect children in need

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TYPES OF LONG TERM CARE

Like most people you would probably prefer to receive care services at home when you get older. However, sometimes you may need to consider going into sheltered accommodation or a residential care home instead, but how do you decide which care service is the right option for you?

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STAYING AT HOME

Many people would prefer to remain in their own home in later life but can find it difficult due to health problems and decreasing mobility. If you are finding it difficult to manage, but would prefer not to move, there may be ways in which life can be made easier …

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CARE AT HOME

Enabling people to remain at home helps them maintain personal independence, comfort and contact with their local community. Care at home is flexible, with just the right amount of assistance given at any one time.

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SHELTERED HOUSING

If you want stay independent, but in a smaller, easier-to-manage home, with support, then sheltered housing might be the right option for you.

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RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES

Leaving your home and familiar surroundings to move into a residential care home is a big step. It is important to consider your choices carefully before making a decision about where to move to, but how do you decide and how much is it going to cost?

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BEING A CARER

There are around six million carers in the UK, which means approximately one in six households has a carer. Many people don’t identify themselves as carers, but if you look after someone who’s ill, frail, disabled or unable to cope, you are one.

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ADVICE ON CARE

Advice on Care provides a specialist fees advice service that helps simplify the local authority funding rules and checks that you are receiving all the benefits you should be – including medical ones.

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