|Address||131 Katherine Street
|Purpose||To support older people in Tameside to remain active, maintain independence and improve their quality of life.|
|Services||Information and advice - we provide free assistance with welfare benefits, homelessness and housing problems, debt issues, financial issues associated with approaching retirement, consumer issues and legal advice.
In your home:
Services in the community - supports people to maintain independence & prevent social isolation.
Handyperson, Minor adaptation & Gardening service - Practical help with a range of small jobs in the home & garden.
In your community:
The Shed - Provides men aged 55+ the opportunity to be creative to reduce isolation.
Internet facilities - Helping older people make the most of IT. The free sessions provide individuals the opportunity to learn the basics from our friendly tutors.
Day support at Tamesides Independent Living Centre at 131 Katharine Street, Ashton
Buddying Service - Helping to reduce isolation
Bradbury House Community social Group - Our community social group in Glossop provides activities and support for people aged 60+ who are in danger of becoming socially isolated. Members can enjoy lunch together, participate in games and activities, arts and crafts, gardening and other hobbies, and transport can be arranged. For more information about the Community social Group in Glossop call 01457 869936
Please visit our website for full details of the sessions listed above
|What they do||
|Who they work with||
|Geographical area coverage||Part(s) of Derbyshire,Tameside & Glossop|
|Space for Hire||Yes|
|Opening Times||Drop in IT support is avaiable every Tuesday and Thursday from 2.00pm till 4.00pm at our independent Living Centre in Ashton|
|Meeting Place||varies - see website for details.|
|Service Costs||varies - see website for details.|
|Is a registered charity?||Yes|
The voluntary groups, organisations, social clubs, charities, social enterprises in this directory are all based in - or work within - Derby and Derbyshire.
The directory is maintained and contributed to by a network of 14 organisations across the region.