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If you would like information and advice on services available in angus you can visit the following websites
However, if you would prefer to speak to a member of staff you can contact First Contact via ACCESSLine on 03452 777 778 or email email@example.com.
Angus Health and Social Care Partnership have a range of equipment solutions available for loan (free of charge) from Independent Living Angus. Small adaptations can also be arranged once owner/ landlord permissions have been obtained, usually free of charge. There is a weekly cost associated with the community alarm and tele-care service.
It is very important that the Angus Health and Social Care Partnership know that the equipment they loan is suitable for both you, other household members and your home.
Angus Health and Social Care Partnership have an agreed list of loan items however there are other providers who exist that also supply similar items. As we have not checked their products we are unable to advise on their suitability. The guidance below offers basic advice if you are purchasing products yourself privately.Private Purchases PDF
Information and services
Wheelchair taxi services
Where to be shown how to use a dressing stick
You might benefit from being shown how to use a dressing stick.
First Contact provide free and impartial advice about a wide range of assistive equipment, including dressing aids. As Angus Council do not fund items under £50, you may need to purchase the items yourself, but you may be able to trial the equipment before buying to make sure it suits your needs.
If you require assistance with dressing and/ or self care, First Contact Occupational Therapy can also you advise on this.
To find out more, please get in touch by using the following details.
Phone AccessLine: 03452 777 778
Dundee & Angus Independent Living Centre is a place where you can try a range of equipment items free of charge. The centre is open 9-5pm weekdays and you can visit during these time or phone to make an appointment to ensure someone is free to show you around. You can also visit www.ilda.scot/ for product information, advice and videos or phone (01382) 307631.