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  1. Real DPO Independent Living Support

    From: Real Disabled People's Organisation

    We support anyone who is in receipt of a Direct Payment from Tower Hamlets Council. If you receive social care from the council, you can get money from the council to pay for it. This money is called a Direct Payment. Our service can help you work out...

  2. Providing Assistive Technologies

    From: London Borough of Tower Hamlets

    A selection of sensors available: Flood Detector: Provides an early warning to the possibility of flood or leak in the home. Service users can place it by the bath, shower or sink for peace of mind. Smoke Detector: Provides protection by raising an alarm...

  3. LinkAge Plus - AgeUK East London

    From: Age UK East London

    LinkAge Plus is an innovative approach to supporting older residents and their families in Tower Hamlets. Outreach workers support older people to remain independent, access services and activities. We offer one to one home visits or meet somewhere else...

  4. Sight & Hearing Service - Vision Rehabilitation

    From: London Borough of Tower Hamlets

    Vision Rehabilitation The vision rehab clinic offers an advice and information service available to all Tower Hamlets residents who have difficulties with their eye sight. We can provide equipment demonstrations and also visit you at home to address any...

  5. Sight & Hearing Service - Low Vision Clinic

    From: London Borough of Tower Hamlets

    Low Vision Clinic The community low vision service provides assessments for magnifiers and eye shades. Equipment is issued free of charge. The service is for Tower Hamlets' adult residents who have difficulties viewing things to carry out everyday tasks...

  6. Sight & Hearing Service - Deaf Drop In

    From: London Borough of Tower Hamlets

    Deaf drop in A drop in service is held on 1st Wednesday afternoon in each month for deaf customers who use BSL, to access advice, information and support on a range of issues.

  7. Shebadan Domiciliary Care Service

    From: St Hilda's East Community Centre

    Shebadan (meaning ‘care-giving’ in Bengali) has been providing home care services, including personal care to Bangladeshi and other communities in Tower Hamlets for almost twenty years. Shebadan works closely with St Hilda’s other services such as Sonali...

  8. Look Ahead - Independent Living Community Support (ILCS)

    From: Look Ahead Care and Support

    ILCS provides a specialist floating support service for people with enduring mental health support needs. ILCS also provides re-settlement support for people moving through the mental health general need housing quota (Band 1B) and works very closely...

  9. Tower Hamlets Community Intervention Service (CIS)

    From: Look Ahead Care and Support

    Tower Hamlets Community Intervention Service (CIS) was previously known as Tower Hamlets Floating Support (THFS). The service provides structured support in the community for people in crisis or at risk for up to 7.5 months. Customers will create a tailored...

  10. Chinese Association of Tower Hamlets Home Care Service

    From: Chinese Association of Tower Hamlets

    The Chinese Association of Tower Hamlets Home Care Service provides a culturally sensitive and high quality service that meets the needs of the Chinese & Vietnamese Communities in London. Our Home Care Workers provide a range of services including anything...

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