Your answers have indicated that you might benefit from being shown how to use aids to help you eat and/or drink.
First Contact provide free, impartial advice about a wide range of assistive equipment and rails that may be able to assist you. You may also be able to trial some of these items before purchasing them. Angus Council do not fund items under £50.
If you require assistance with dressing or self care, then First Contact can also provide information about this.
To find out more, please get in touch by using the details below.
Phone: 01307 475242
Your answers have indicated that you might benefit from further advice on solutions that may be available to you.
First Contact provide free and impartial information about a wide range of assistive equipment. They may also be able to offer advice on where you could trial equipment items. If you'd like to get in touch, please use the details below.
Phone: 01307 475242
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