Older Peoples Advice Service

Description

A national advice service for older people, their families and carers.

We provide information and clear, free and impartial advice on the issues that matter: care and support, money and benefits, health and mobility.  

View our range of up-to-date information guides and factsheets on the most common issues faced by older people, including

  • Money
    • Benefits
    • Saving money
    • Debt
    • Scams
    • Working in later life
    • Pensions
    • Tax
  • Housing Options
    • Home adaptations
    • Home security
    • How to stay safe at home 
    • Home maintenance 
    • Moving home 
    • Types of housing 
    • Equity release
  • Health
    • Healthy living
    • Hospital stays
    • Healthcare rights
    • Living with long-term health conditions 
    • Mental health
  • Personal Life
    • Difficult conversations
    • Staying safe online 
    • Loneliness 
    • When someone dies 
    • Getting out and about 
    • Relationships 
    • Christmas
  • Support and Care
    • Assessing your needs
    • Paying for care 
    • Help at home 
    • Care homes 
    • Taking action 
    • Support for carers
  • Future Planning
    • Power of attorney 
    • Are you owed a power of attorney refund? 
    • Advance decisions and advance statements 
    • Considering where to live at the end of life 
    • Making a will 
    • My funeral plans 
    • Things to talk about before someone dies

Service Details

Locations:
East Sussex
Organisation:
Independent Age
Service Type:
Advice and Information
Website:
Organisation Sector:
  • Charity

Cost & Availability

Free service

This page was last updated on 03 May 2019

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Contact Details

Contact Name:
Helpline
Telephone:
0800 319 6789
Email:
advice@independentage.org
Address:
Independent Age, 18 Avonmore Rd, London, W14 8RR