Useful Links 
As a carer, you may find this page extremely useful. It seems that unless you know where to look or what questions to ask, you can often be left wondering just what help you can get or what you might be entitled to. 
Online Safety Tips for Seniors in 2023 –
How to Get Energy Without Caffeine –
Senior Sleep Guide –
Really useful Mobility website –
Helpful Bathroom Accessories for he Elderly & Disabled –
Scam Protection Advice –
Great Cerebral Palsy Info –
Carers Week 2022 Research
Useful info on Birth Injuries –
Useful Internet Language Guide –
Internet Safety Guide –
Prevent Alcoholism Information –
A Senior’s Guide To Physical and Mental Fitness –
Compare Stairlift Prices at
Tips on caring for an ageing parents at home
Veteran Substance Abuse – (Please be aware this is an American website so some of the info may not be applicable)
How to Start Your Own Business in Retirement –
Grants and Benefits Available for OAP’s and also in general
Great info about Multiple Sclerosis
Updated benefits and grants available to senior citizens 
Some useful info on Colour Blindness
Great Eye Condition info
Common Online Scams Targeting Senior Citizens
Symptoms of Heart Disease
Improve your cholesterol – A healthy diet, exercise, weight loss, and inexpensive drugs can help
Obesity Treatments: Ways to Lose Excess Weight
Three Ways Using a Fresh Food Delivery Service can Help You Lose Weight
Tips to Lower Your Blood Pressure
The Ultimate Guide to Quit Smoking, Permanently
Interesting article on Cerebral Palsy
Great Info on Animal Assisted Therapy
Elderly Care: A Guide for Families New to Caring
Stairlift Info –
Disabled Living Newsletter available at
Carers UK Forum –
The Checklist for Aging in Place
Home Modifications Increase Senior Safety
Peaceful Passing: How to Make a Loved One’s Final Days at Home Comfortable
Drug awareness for seniors:
Really useful guide on Mattress and Bedding for People with Disabilities at
If you want to read some truly inspiring personal stories and insightful, practical articles relating to disability and getting older you’re in the right place. We’ve scoured the internet to find the 100 best blogs for disabled people and carers –
6 Powerful Ways To Help Seniors Avoid Isolation
https://www.bayalarmmedical.  com/medical-alert-blog/6-powerful-ways-help-seniors-avoid-isolation/
It can be difficult for seniors to maintain their social lives as they age, especially if they live alone. This is a great resource for supporting them to stay active socially.
22 Chair Exercises for Seniors & How to Get Started
This is great – it’s got exercises for people of all abilities, and even includes helpful videos.
Tips for Disabled Persons to Declutter and Organize their Home
Disabled Living Newsletter. Get it straight to your Email Inbox HERE and sign up for future newsletters HERE
Help guide for ex-forces personnel about charities, grants and assistance –
Selling a Home with Modifications for Older Adults  -home
Fall Prevention
Assistive Technology Buying Guide  -guide.html
Home Organization for Newly Disabled Seniors  -disabled-seniors
Nutritional Needs for Seniors
Healing After a Lifetime of Struggling with Addiction: The Senior’s Guide to Reconnecting with Adult Children
10 Dating Safety Tips for Senior Women
Elderly Care House Design for Our Old Age
Legal Guide for Newly Disabled Seniors  led-and-disabled-seniors
Useful Cerebral Palsy info
Spastic Cerebral Palsy-Free help, support and information related to spastic cerebral palsy
Benefits and Grants Available for OAPs – If you’re retired and are wondering what government help you’re eligible for, click the link
Benefits Guide – It’s a comprehensive guide to benefit entitlements.
It contains information on job seekers allowance, disability benefits, housing benefit and much more.
Phab Torquay – Phab’s aim is to promote and encourage people of all abilities to come together on equal terms, to achieve complete inclusion within the wider community. We cater for kids, teens and young adults between the ages of 8 and 25 years old.
Torbay Advice Network – Torbay Advice Network was set up to implement the recommendations of the Advice Strategy (2006) around Quality, Training, Access, Monitoring, Volunteer recruitment, Strategic Voice and the provision of an Advice Centre.
The UK Childrens Charity – ‘Dreams Come True’ – click here 
Support the UK Childrens’ charity that provides wishes for terminally ill children 
Carers UK – click here 
Carers UK is the voice of carers. We improve their lives by providing information, advice, support and by campaigning for change 
Action for Blind People – click here 
Action for Blind People is a national charity that provides practical support to blind and partially sighted people through work, housing, leisure and support. 
Basic – click here 
BASIC (Brain And Spinal Injury Charity) is a registered charity for people recovering from traumatic injury and illness, for both patients and their families. 
Charity People – click here 
This website enables you to find charity work or offer recruitment in the voluntary or not for profit (Charity) sector. 
Childline. Children In Care – click here 
Here you will find information and advice on a whole range of topics 
Department for Work and Pensions – click here 
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for the Governments welfare reform agenda.  
Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) State Pension for parents and carers – click here 
A quick guide to State Pension for parents and carers 
Some other links
Hypnotherapy Directory – This website is dedicated to Hypnotherapy and enables you to find a Hypnotherapist in your area