Advice should Things go Wrong
- Emergency numbers
- First Aid
- Support lines and organisations
Loneliness is one of the most common non-medical issues for the elderly. It is always preferable that a senior person remains in their own home for as long as possible before needing long-term care in a hospital or a residential home. However, when a partner passes...read more
However older people are one of the most high-risk groups of our population when it comes to having accidents, especially in and around the home. This is when, for older adults, immediate help can sometimes make a lifesaving difference. There are several reasons that...read more
What is Stay Safe? After the successful launch last year of Stay Safe for Older People we are delighted to announce that we will be holding the Stay Safe Annual Conference on Tuesday 1st October 2019 from 9:30am to 3pm (United Nations Day of the Older Person). Where...read more
Stay Safe Support is run by Emma Hammett (First Aid for Life) and Carolyn Cripps (Fit for Safety) in partnership with RoSPA and AGE UK.