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Web Link: Community Care Assessment

If you or the person you're looking after has difficulty with personal care (washing and dressing, for example), you could consider getting support from social services by having a community care assessment of your needs.The assessment looks at what type of services are needed. This might include a range of things, from from aids and home adaptations to visits from care workers or residential care.

Web Link: Midlothian Community Physiotherapy Services

This link will take you the the webpage of the physiotherapy services in Midlothian which you will be able to access if you live in the area of Midlothian. The page will tell you about the type of physiotherapy services and how to access them.

Web Link: NHS Choices (carer support)

This link will take you to the website of NHS Choices. This page offers a wealth of information and advice on the types of help you might be able to get after you get home, and how to access it.

Web Link: Support at home (British Red Cross)

This link will take you to the British Red Cross site. The Red Cross helps thousands of people following a short stay in hospital and prevents unnecessary hospital admissions by providing extra support and care at home. The support offered by Red Cross volunteers can smooth the process of settling back into a normal routine and enable people to regain their confidence and independence. The service can include; rebuilding confidence, collecting prescriptions, offering...

Web Link: The City of Edinburgh Community Physiotherapy Service

This link will take you to the web page of the Edinburgh Community Physiotherapy Service. This physiotherapy service is available to people living within 'The City of Edinburgh'. Other services are available for those living in East, West and Midlothian. This page tells you about what types of help they can offer, who might be able to access it and how to access help (through your GP, hospital Consultant or in some cases, you can refer yourself).